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    Adviser or Advisor

    I have been trying to find out the correct use of the word Adviser/Advisor. I am especially interested in its use for Financial Adviser/Advisor. It would seem either are exceptable as they are both used throughout the internet and in dictionary's. Many Thanks

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    Re: Adviser or Advisor

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    I have been trying to find out the correct use of the word Adviser/Advisor. I am especially interested in its use for Financial Adviser/Advisor. It would seem either are exceptable as they are both used throughout the internet and in dictionary's. Many Thanks
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    Re: Adviser or Advisor

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    I have been trying to find out the correct use of the word Adviser/Advisor. I am especially interested in its use for Financial Adviser/Advisor. It would seem either are exceptable as they are both used throughout the internet and in dictionary's. Many Thanks
    Hi!
    I'm not a teacher.

    The dictionaries I've consulted say that 'adviser' and 'advisor' mean the same. 'Advisor' may stem from the word 'advisory'.

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