Do I Really Need a Financial Advisor? – with Joe Saul-Sehy

Financial Advisor, Retirement Investing, Fiduciary

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Taking advantage of the stock market is an incredible way to build wealth for your family. By investing in the market, you are forcing your money to work for you. Your money starts to make you more money!

But … Where do we start?

Can we do this ourselves?

Should we turn to a financial advisor?

How do I know a good advisor from one that’s just trying to sell me financial products that only benefit them?

Our guest today, Joe Saul-Sehy is going to help us with this exact conundrum.

Joe is a former financial advisor from Ameriprise. He spent 16 years in the industry so it’s fair to say that he has some expert knowledge when it comes to the financial advising world.

What are we covering today?

Joe and I review:

  • Why there is currently so much mistrust in the financial advising industry
  • The main benefits and pitfalls of working with an advisor
  • Why it’s so important to ask the right questions before you start a relationship with an advisor

If we’re going to be entrusting someone with our life savings, we better make sure we’ve done our homework. Join me today to learn more about this important relationship and how it should work for you.

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About Our Guest:  Joe Saul-Sehy

Joe is a former financial advisor (16 years) and represented American Express and Ameriprise in the media. He was the “Money Man” at Detroit television WXYZ-TV, appearing twice weekly. He’s appeared in Bride, Best Life, and Child magazines, the Los Angeles Times, Chicago Sun-Times, Detroit News and Baltimore Sun newspapers. Joe has also appeared online in more than 200 different places, including CNBC.com and WSJ.com.


Money Master of the Week

Nick from St. Louis recently had a charitable giving moment with his 6-year old daughter, Zoey. They both decided to give their hard-earned money to the organization charity: water and help people without clean water.

Nick from St. Louis and his Family

I absolutely love that Nick is working with his daughter Zoey to build up his family’s practice of giving. He’s taking time to have special moments with his family where they can experience the true joy of giving together.

Nick’s Daughter Zoey

Here is the video that inspired Nick and Zoey to give:

The video that inspired Nora to give:

And finally, here is the interview from Afford Anything that inspired me to give!

Nick and Zoey from St. Louis are our Money Masters of the Week!

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Your story will inspire others to save more, make more and plan for their family’s future.


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Why is having a financial advisor important to you?

Or if you handle your own investing, how can you be sure you’re doing the right thing?

Please let me know in the comments below!


 

Author: Andy Hill

Andy Hill, a mid-30’s father of two living in the metro Detroit area, pens the MarriageKidsandMoney.com (MKM) blog taking you through the trials and tribulations of being a young parent and husband who is planning for his family’s future and winning with money.

2 thoughts on “Do I Really Need a Financial Advisor? – with Joe Saul-Sehy”

  1. I’m having a hard time getting my budget together properly. It makes sense that I would want to get a professional to help! It’s nice that they can do so much with this.

    1. Getting professional help is a smart way to go. Not everyone has the time or the interest in diving into the personal finance details.

      I have no interest in fixing my own car therefore I’m happy to spend money for someone to fix it for me!

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