How to know when it’s time to divorce your advisor
The Globe and Mail, Pawel Dwulit
While people sometimes leave advisors because of low performance or high fees, more often it’s because of lack of service or attention.
“I would say that it’s time to move on when clients no longer trust their advisor or when their needs change,” says Ms. Kett. “An advisor who was suitable in the past may not be the best choice for the client’s current circumstances.”