F.Scott Fitzgerald wrote, "There are no second acts in American lives." Fitzgerald was wrong about Americans. And he was strikingly wrong about financial advisors.
"I would imagine that a good percentage of people in the industry have come from somewhere else," says New York-based Jeffrey M. Franklin of Life and Wealth Planning, who started out as a chemical engineer.
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