If advisers want to pass the reins of their firms to a junior partner, it is best to implement a succession plan early, even decades in advance.

Putting a succession plan in motion early often increases employee engagement and retention, says David DeVoe, managing partner and founder at DeVoe & Co., a San Francisco-based registered investment adviser consulting firm.

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