FPA members can now access the 2015 Trends in Adviser Compensation and Benefits Study, which was done by the FPA Research and Practice Instituteā„¢ and Financial Advisor IQ (a news service of the Financial Times). The research helps all planners and their support staff understand trends in compensation and benefits.

 

While the study sought to create a valuable compensation benchmark resource for those currently working in the financial advice profession, or seeking a position, the study examined the impact that compensation, benefits and work environment have on job satisfaction and engagement.

 

The full report, which is now available at www.OneFPA.org/2015CompensationStudy, is a must read for anyone working in the financial advisory space. Download a copy of the report and see how your compensation and benefits package stacks up with other firms across the country.

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