Advisors in the military reserves can face a tricky balancing act in working for their firm and serving their country, if they want to continue their livelihoods while deployed.

“Sales isn’t the best job for a reservist, it’s terrible,” says Andy Knight, a Wells Fargo advisor based in Edmond, Okla., and a former Army reservist. “I was always stressed about going in for training. It would always set me back, and I’d have to find a way to make it up.”

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