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Many people approaching retirement or who are already retired have misunderstandings or misconceptions about Social Security.
Lackluster portfolio performance is a top reason investors switch financial advisors, along with poor communication and bad advice.
Cost, ease and efficiency are driving investment assets into passively managed exchange-traded funds from actively managed alternatives.
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