When we came into some money, we dutifully interviewed potential financial advisers, from big banks to boutique firms. Recommendations and interviews, however, failed to persuade us to hire anyone.
At one San Francisco bank, a wealth manager promised VIP theatre tickets as a perk if we picked her. As we walked out of the bank's gleaming granite-clad headquarters, I said: "Our money would be paying for this."
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