Eric Roberge's career as a financial planner began in frustration.

He slogged through mutual fund-related tax work in his first job at J.P. Morgan. He broke out as an advisor just as the market was crashing in 2008. The founder of a firm where he worked dangled the prospect of his buying the practice, but wouldn’t commit.

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