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Should I Use My Home Equity to Buy Stocks?, NASDAQ.com, April 8, 2021

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If you're looking mostly for financial planning services and you're comfortable managing your assets on your own, maybe you wouldn't mind a second opinion on your portfolio, I would look for a planner that charges by the hour. A couple of places we've mentioned before, the Garrett Planning Network, National Association of Personal Financial Advisors or NAPFA, and you'll find that they just charge between $100 and $300 an hour or so.

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Ask yourself 3 questions before jumping into the stock market in 2020, CNBC.com, January 3, 2020

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“Many investors jump right in and put their money immediately at risk,” says Randy Gardner, an adjunct professor of financial planning at the American College of Financial Services and financial coach with the Garrett Planning Network of financial planners.

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Time Is Running Out to Minimize Future Taxes. Here’s How to Do It, Barron's, December 5, 2020

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The bottom line for taxpayers, says Randy Gardner, a Las Vegas CPA and director of education for Garrett Planning Network, is to use the same rigor in Cares Act planning as is typical in year-end tax planning: Adjust tax obligations so they are reduced as much as possible and handled at the most opportune time.

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How to Retire Early, Clark.com, February 1, 2021

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“If you’re looking for investment advice, I’ve long recommended GarrettPlanningNetwork.com and NAPFA.org,” Clark says. Garrett Planning Network is great for one-time hourly advice when you just want someone to look over a portfolio that you’re self-directing.

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This myth debunked: You don’t have to be wealthy to hire a financial advisor, CNBC.com, October 27, 2020

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“You don’t need to be rich to work with a financial planner,” said Justin Nichols, a Manhattan, Kansas-based certified financial planner and director of operations at the Garrett Planning Network. For example, the 200-plus advisors in the Garrett Planning Network offer the option of paying by the hour for financial planning. “Our advisors agree to work with a broad group of clients, not just the wealthy,” Nichols said.

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