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(Video) Question #2: How much longer are you going TO BE a financial advisor?

July 10, 2020

Today we are going to ask "How long are going TO BE a financial advisor?"   The average age in our industry is 57 years old.   If you are choosing an advisor, you want to make sure that your advisor is going to be there to help you for a long period of time.   If your advisor is older than you, or is planning on retiring within 10-15 years, I would make sure that you are asking about their plans for your relationship when that happens.   Make it a great day.   

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