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In a 30-minute call, you can set your sights on the big picture and talk about your personal priorities. Maybe you want to find room for travel, while still paying down your student loan minimums and planning your retirement. It's doable — you just need a plan.

With your goals in mind, Facet Wealth will connect you with one of its online CFPs® for a free comprehensive financial review.

Since everything is done online, you don't need to worry about wasting time traveling to appointments or taking time off work. Your CFP® will work with you on your time.

If your CFP's® plan seems in line with what you're looking for, signing up is simple. After signing up, you get unlimited access to your CFP® for questions or for online meetings.

Whether you have assets or not, Facet Wealth will pair you with a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional who will get to know your financial life story and recommend a financial plan.

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What does it cost?

To get your finances in order, it'll cost you as little as $100 per month, or $1,200 per year. Facet's fees range from $1,000 to $6,000 per year, and most clients fall in the middle of that range.

For context, most financial advisers charge an hourly rate, a management fee that's a percentage of the assets they manage for you and/or anywhere between $1,000 and $3,500 for a one-time financial plan.

With just a flat fee, you're walking away with peace of mind, ongoing financial guidance, and a financial plan customized for your needs — all for much less than you'd pay the average financial adviser.

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About the Author

Rudro Chakrabarti

Rudro Chakrabarti

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Rudro is an Editor with MoneyWise. His work has appeared on Yahoo Finance, MSN Money and The Financial Post. He previously served as Managing Editor of Oola, and as the Content Lead of Tickld before that. Rudro holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University of Toronto.

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