The market meltdown of 2008 and mergers of financial firms that followed are beginning to feel like a distant memory. What remains in the present are the retention bonuses paid to a substantial portion of the financial advisor population.

At this point, it's worth questioning what was then a popular strategy. Have these programs provided the desired impact thus far? Will they continue to be effective? And finally, what lasting effects will they have on our industry?

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