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USA TODAY - Financial advice seems to be everywhere these days: On TV, online, in newspapers, magazines and plenty of books.
But nearly half (48%) of Americans say it's hard to know which sources of financial advice can be trusted.
And according to a survey released by financial services provider TIAA-CREF: trust, perceived cost and time constraints are among deterrents preventing Americans from seeking financial advice.
In this week's Money Quick Tips video, USA TODAY contributor Regina Lewis looks at things to consider when seeking financial advice and consulting a financial planner.