For some advisors, selling their practice is not necessarily the best route.

“I am not completely convinced that best plan is where an advisor checks out at a specific age, like at 62, and they monetize their practice,” said Thomas Fee, a principal and managing partner of Minneapolis-based Vector Wealth Management, one of Charles Schwab’s clients. “I find the concept somewhat distasteful.” 

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