When it comes to taking care of their own finances, it turns out that financial advisers aren’t much better than their clients.

Almost half (46%) of all the nearly 2,400 planners who participated in a new Financial Planning Association study this year say they have no retirement plan. Another half say they have not written a business plan for themselves, while 75% have no succession plan for their firm.

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