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I found a Fee Only (hourly) advisor a few years ago. She's a member of NAPFA.
Basic financial analysis and recommendations were presented, which we had to either transact on our own or not, as it was our decision.
The fees were not based on account balances.

It was well worth the cost of 2 meetings; the first one costing 600.
I was able to consolidate many accounts which was sorely needed for sanity per recommendations.
Her recommendations included some investments at VG.
The follow up, a few years later cost 400 for review and tweaking.

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