The last half decade’s stock-market run-up has been good for financial planners: According to a 2015 survey by Penn Schoen Berland, 40 percent of consumers used a financial adviser, up from 28 percent five years earlier. Of course, now that the market seems to have hit a roller-coaster phase, it’s an especially key time for planners to earn their pay.
If you’re looking for such an expert, the list that follows names 213 of the area’s best financial planners, investment advisers, tax accountants, estate attorneys, and insurance advisers, chosen by their peers.
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