Advisers who move from employee status to an RIA must take on new responsibilities, such as preparing for their own retirements.
“The cobbler’s children have no shoes,” says David Edwards, president of and wealth adviser at Heron Financial Group in New York. “Ironically, some advisers spend all year working on their clients’ retirement plans, yet neglect their own.”
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