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Nine Scenic Remote Working Setups for Advisors

No longer tied to an office, these advisors decided to take in new scenery during the pandemic.

Working remotely, or the virtual office—these are phrases that have taken on a different meaning for some advisors after a year of pandemic-related lockdowns and social distancing. While many advisors turned to kitchen tables, couches or home offices, others decided to create their own definitions of “remote.” Some embarked on short-term sabbaticals, others used it as an opportunity to work from the road, the country or a different country, while others reclaimed ice sheds and launched boats as office space.

Here’s a look at the advisors putting their own spin on “remote” over the past year.

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