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Retirement Planners


The U.S. Department of Labor reports that median annual earnings for personal financial advisers, which includes retirement planners, were $87,850 in May 2019, with the lowest 10 percent earning less than $42,950, and the highest 25 percent earning more than $208,000. Many retirement planners, especially those who are self-employed, charge their clients an hourly rate for their services or a flat fee for a comprehensive plan. These rates and fees vary according to the complexity of the work the planner must do. Retirement planners sometimes receive commissions on the products they sell, in addition to their standard fees.

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