Updated Wednesday, September 24, 2014 as of 12:27 AM ET

The Joys of Not Being in Charge: Being an Employee Not an Employer

Lori Embrey enjoyed being the boss - but she hated being a business owner. "I ran my own financial planning and investment management practice for just over four years," says Embrey, now an associate vice president with Hamilton Capital Management in Columbus, Ohio. "Running an independent firm is tough. You can't just hang out a shingle and start serving clients."

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