PROVO — While people looking to invest for retirement have myriad options, there are simple ways to earn a reasonable rate of return without incurring huge expenses or taking inordinate risk.

Scott Marsh, a financial adviser specializing in taxation and investments, told hundreds of people at Brigham Young University during Campus Education Week presentations that the best financial mentor they can have is "someone you know for a fact manages their own money very well."

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