Dr. Dahle interviews Sarah Catherine Gutierrez from Aptus Financial in this episode. They talked about how she got into the financial advising world, the mistakes she sees doctors making in their financial plan, even the DIY guys, and where she sees the financial advising business going in the future. They discuss the different ways that advisors are paid and the conflicts of interests with each type.
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