Financial advisers can help you plan for future, identify blind spots

Many people here do not have a habit of consulting such professionals before they invest their money. PHOTO: PEXELS
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When it comes to making a will or creating a family trust that could involve lots of money, most of us will turn to lawyers for help and follow their advice, even if it may not be what we want to hear.

But while we are generally keen to search out a lawyer and trust that he or she will do a good job, the same faith is not put in financial advisers.

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