There is a saying, that “diversity is strength”. While this is true on many fronts, can we say the same financial planning and insurance? Throughout our lives, we inevitably meet a lot of financial advisers, and there is always a question of whether to engage more advisers. This is especially true when we move from one life stage to next. In this article, fundMyLife explores the pros and cons of having just one financial adviser for financial planning.

Pros of having just one financial adviser #1 No need to repeat yourself

Having just one financial adviser, especially if he/she is great, is all you need. He/she understands all of your financial needs and advises on suitable products. In this case, you do not need to keep repeating your financial situation to different financial advisers – it can be repetitive and tiring. Furthermore, if you have just one financial adviser, you just