Advisors excel at helping clients plan for the different stages of their lives. But when it comes to planning for stages of their own business lives-particularly the last one-many fail to take their own advice.

Many advisors think that when they feel ready to retire, they will create a plan for selling their practice or choosing a successor. Unfortunately, we often don't have that luxury in life.

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