Generally, you face three basic billing structures:
Fee-only planners are paid only for the advice they give. They do not earn commissions by selling financial products such as life insurance or mutual funds.
Fee-based planners earn fees from advice and they make commissions on some of the products they sell.
Commission-based planners make money from the products they sell.
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