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Flush Times for Financial Advisors

Flush Times for Financial Advisors

Advisor compensation and assets continue to grow by double-digits. But competition is getting fierce.

Riding on the coattails of a near 30 percent rise in the S&P 500 last year, financial advisors saw their compensation grow by 16.5 percent in 2013 to an average $240,000, according to REP.’s annual advisor compensation survey. Almost eight out of ten advisors said their total compensation was up from the previous year; 67 percent said it was up by more than 10 percent.

And 2014 may be just as rosy, with advisors expecting overall pay to grow, on average, 17 percent. But

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