Compared to 40 years ago, when Nyles Gentz opened his financial advisory practice in SW Minnesota, there’s so much information available about financial and retirement planning. As he notes, access to the internet and its babble of contradictory voices can create more problems than it solves due to information overload. Developing financial literacy comes down to building a trusted relationship with a fiduciary financial advisor. When your advisor is part of your community, there are many opportunities to build trust. Check out Nyles’ book, Sowing the Seeds of Retirement on Amazon — proceeds benefit the Wounded Warrior Program.

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