Options for low-cost, no-frills financial planning

04/3/2012 | Wall Street Journal, The

Some online financial-planning firms offer low-cost advice for people who don't necessarily have much money to invest but need a basic plan for budgeting and saving. For those who need personal advice, some firms offer one-time sessions with low hourly fees that typically work best for young people or those whose financial situation stays fairly stable year to year, Emily Glazer writes.

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