When in one's life should they start using a financial advisor?
I've for the most part managed my finances myself (investments I just let a robo-investor choose index funds (betterment, wisebanyon, etc)). I've saved at least 20% of my take home every year.
I rent a condo at $2000/mo (TC is $140k)
For 401k, I chose half a higher risk mutual fund (fidelity contra fund k) and half total stock market index fund. (I'm still in early thirties and have no dependents)
Do I need to use a financial advisor or just keep doing what I'm doing?