Financial advisors need a succession plan to benefit clients and their own firm

With average financial advisor now in their 50s and many in their 60s and 70s, the fate of thousands of practices remains in doubt. Studies show that most small advisors, particularly solo practitioners, have no successor to fill their shoes.

Financial advisors need a succession plan to benefit clients and their own firm
With average financial advisor now in their 50s and many in their 60s and 70s, the fate of thousands of practices remains in doubt. Studies show that most small advisors, particularly solo practitioners, have no successor to fill their shoes.