There’s a worrisome shortage of talent in our profession.

Take a look around: More advisers are retiring, there’s a lack of new planners yet there’s growth in demand for financial advice. The consulting firm Moss Adams has estimated that the industry could face a shortfall of more than 200,000 advisers by 2022. Now, more than ever, attracting and retaining talent is essential to an advisory firm’s success.

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