There are a lot of personal finance experts out there trying to get your attention with bold predictions and feel-good advice. Not all of them have your best interest in mind, however.
It can be difficult to separate fact from fiction, myth from reality when it comes to personal financial advice. Lucky for us, Trent Hamm, writing on his blog at www.thesimpledollar.com, has listed the 9 most common pieces of advice you’d be better off ignoring.
Tops on the list is that you need to hire a financial adviser. Not all people should. In fact, most people don’t need to. For all 9 myths, click here.