I would like to know about fiduciaries and how to find one. I have investments with a local firm, how do I determine if they are a fiduciary? Is a person likely to see lower returns on investments when using a fiduciary?
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A fiduciary is someone holding, or investing property for another. An investment firm is a fiduciary.
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