ORLANDO, FLA. When a roomful of advisors at Raymond James' summer development conference were asked if they were thinking of taking on a junior advisor, half the audience gave a resounding yes.
It's easy to understand why. Hiring a junior advisor into a practice brings many obvious benefits: a clear succession plan and a boost to business.
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