Going independent may have a lot of appeal for advisors who have spent a while working in banks or large brokerage firms. But not everyone is cut out to be a business owner. Running an RIA day-to-day involves entirely new skill sets for most people, and also takes time that could otherwise be spent advising existing clients and prospecting for new ones.
There is a third way to go, however.
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