Need Investing/Retirement Help: Financial Advisor or Planner?
I'm mid-40's, single, no kids, self employed.1) what's an "acceptable" fee to pay a company like Vanguard or Fidelity etc to help manage your retirement investments (SEP/ROTH)? I know this kind of service requires a % fee, but what's considered "average" or acceptable?2) I'd like to find a Financial Advisor or Planner this group highly recommends. I want to learn more about managing my retirement investments, but need some guidance and education initially. (I've been reading a lot online and in books, but having a human to guide and ask questions to would be helpful). I don't want to be sold into specific funds the advisor is affiliated with. I just want guidance so I can eventually mange them myself and reap better returns. My previous investments were lacking in any strategy and I have a lot of catch up I need to do. TIA