New Haven, Conn. (WTNH) – Many people think that only the wealthy need to work with a Financial Planner, but that’s a common misconception. Anyone with retirement savings or investments can benefit from the advice of a professional.
Ben Fuchs, founder of Fuchs Financial, joined CT Style’s Rachel Lutzker to discuss why you really should consider working with  a Financial Advisor.

In addition to being a Certified Financial Planner ® (CFP), Ben is also a Certified Private Wealth Advisor® (CPWA) professional. He says that while many people think that they are perfectly capable of handling all of their finances themselves, that’s not necessarily the case, because there’s a lot to it.

In this interview, Ben answers the following questions:

  • How much of a difference can a Financial Advisor make?
  • Why do only 38% of people actually use a Financial Advisor?
  • If Financial Advisors are so valuable, why aren’t more people using them?
  • What is the “Value Added”?
  • What are some of the factors to consider in deciding whether or not to use a Financial Advisor?
  •  How can a Financial Advisor help?

So, if you think you might need some help with your financial planning, you’ll want to take advantage of the FREE, no-obligation consultation being offered by Fuchs Financial. To make an appointment and learn more, just visit their website at

You can also learn tips about retirement online through their virtual-learning center

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