ORLANDO, FLA. Inheriting a retiring advisor's book of clients is a quick way for advisors to boost their business, even double it.
But don't underestimate the amount of work that goes into it, say advisors who have been through the process. It takes enormous patience and effort to get up to speed on so many new clients.
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