There’s no doubt that starting a financial advisory business can be harrowing, but finding good people to eventually take over your business may be even harder, says John Brackett, a regional director with Financial Network Investment Corp.
“When you’re inserting a new person into that mix, it’s danger time,” he says. “If you pick wrong person, you can’t take the business back.”
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