How do you choose a financial advisor?
Choosing the right financial advisor is vitally important to your financial well-being.
It’s sufficient to go with a certified Financial Planner (CFP), which is an immediate signal of credibility – but not a guarantee of same. To start, ask people like you if they can recommend a planner. If you have kids, ask a colleague who also has children. If you’re single and just out of college, check with a friend in the same boat. If possible, you want to find a planner with successful experience advising clients in the same stage of life as you.
I don’t have own experiences, but maybe this suggestion published by WORLD FINANCIAL PLANNING DAY willl help: https://docsbay.net/how-to-choose-a-financial-planner-you-can-trust