(BPT) - We live in a busy world full of demands on our time and attention – everything from keeping up with our families and careers to making sure we are taking care of ourselves and answering our cellphones by the third ring.
To meet all of life’s challenges, sometimes you need to take a step back, sometimes you need to take charge, and other times it makes sense to delegate tasks to someone else – often times a professional such as a contractor, attorney or financial advisor. But for most people, turning things over to someone else shouldn’t mean tuning out completely – especially when it comes to something as important as your financial future. When it comes to money and investing, most people feel more confident keeping one hand on the wheel to help ensure their best interests are being served.
But how do you know if you’re doing that now or not? Here are three questions every person who invests should ask to determine how involved they are with their investments and if they're getting the level of engagement they want from their current investment professional:
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