While it’s easy to laugh at the irony of the dentist’s son having bad teeth, the planning industry is facing a similar paradox.

Despite dedicating their careers to preparing their clients for retirement or the next stage of their lives, only 17% of financial advisers have a binding and actionable succession plan in place, according to a white paper from SEI and FP Transitions.

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