Comprehensive planning is catching on with advisors -- and their clients. But it can be labor intensive, requiring that a practice add more resources and staff, advisors say. 

Advisors across all channels aim to have 43% of their clients receiving a holistic planning experience by 2016 according to research from Cerulli Associates. This is up from 33% in 2013.

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