Although the drumbeat for succession planning has been getting louder over the years, the industry continues to remain woefully unprepared.
We have all seen the headlines screaming about the more than two-thirds of advisers who don’t have succession plans, yet the average age of those adviser principals who are owners is getting closer to 60.
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