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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Can Form 8815 Advisors

Instructions and Help about Can Form 8815 Advisors

Music trying to manage your own investments could be costing you tens, if not hundreds, of thousands of dollars and you don't even realize it. - But I get it, we're all brought up believing that we need to save our money. We think that paying for a service will cost us money, and it's easy to fall into that trap. - But if that were true, the wealthiest people in the world would be managing their own money. But they don't. They know that they won't be able to maximize their investments over the years. - In fact, the average investor, and that's likely you, under by four percent per year. That means you're likely missing out on four percent of growth each and every year. - For example, the most popular index fund with very low fees, Vanguard's S&P 500 fund, if you bought it ten years ago and you did not touch it, you would have made nine percent. - But investors in that same exact fund only made 5 percent per year. - So if you're looking at investment management services, a firm like mine charges one percent a year, but you may earn four percent more. So you tell me, what's the better deal? - Instead of looking at how much it costs, consider what you'll gain and save. - The first thing is time. Consider how many hours will you have to put into this to give it the attention that it deserves. - Would that be ten hours a week or more? - If you make $60,000 a year, that's $15,000 worth of your time. - The second thing you can do is say goodbye to panic. - Next time the news screams that the bottom is dropping out, you'll feel better knowing...