06 Nov 2022
Magnifi’s Jon Klaff is quoted in Fortune online in an article on "How to open an investment account to build your first portfolio"
Robo-advisor, financial adviser, DIY—with so many options available, getting started for first-time investors has never been easier. Or is it? In the Fortune article Jon Klaff, general manager at Magnifi, helps break down the many options for opening an investment account. For new investors, getting the guidance and support they need to feel confident in their decisions doesn’t have to be complicated—or expensive.
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