Advisors forget to plan their own futures

By Staff | December 13, 2013 | Last updated on December 13, 2013
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Half of financial advisors don’t have a written business plan, and 46% don’t have a retirement plan, reports Think Advisor.

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The lack of retirement plan is especially surprising, considering 40% of the adivsors surveyed say they want to retire in the next 14 years. The findings are from a survey by the Financial Planning Association of Research and Practice Institute.

Just 25% of advisors have a succession plan. That number goes up to 31% for pre-retirement advisors, while advisors over 65 years old have a plan 41% of the time.

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