Are You Providing Pro Bono Financial Advice? [Voting Poll and Survey]

Is Less or More Planned in 2020?

[By Staff Reporters]

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It is well known that the flash crash of 2008-09, and the continuing hangover from the recent recession, is a drag on the income of many financial advisors; especially those who derive their salary from some percentage of assets under management. But, the markets have bounced back in the last decade to near all time highs, in 2019!

Business Models and Definitional Haze  

Regardless of definitional haze, it seems that commissioned salesman, stock-brokers, financial planners, insurance agents and financial advisors of all stripes – and business models –  have been economically hurt as the nation’s unemployment rate hovers at just under ten percent.

No One Immune

Broker-Dealers [BDs] and Registered Investment Advisors [RIA] are not immune; as this voting poll was first launched in 2011.

Are You Providing “Pro Bono” Financial Advice in 2019?


And so, as a financial professional, do you plan on providing less or more pro bono work in 2011?

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