Almost every financial advisor contemplates whether or not to break away from a traditional wirehouse or brokerage firm and establish an independent advisory practice. In this three-part series, we hope to help advisors make the best decision for their business and clients. This first installment reviews the primary concerns about whether independence is right for you: access to client solutions, simplicity in day-to-day business and compensation earned by you, the advisor.

ACCESS TO CLIENT SOLUTIONS

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