Advisors love the freedom to chart their own destiny. As it turns out, most of your working clients may feel the same way.
Recent survey numbers from Aflac were aimed at uncovering how much employer-paid health insurance people want.
But they also discovered that 77% of the people who work for someone else would rather strike out on their own.
That's a pretty big financial goal.
Planners often ask clients what they want from their money and when they want to retire, but the notion of quitting a highly compensated job early to start something new is rarely mentioned.
After all, current income is the bedrock of a lot of plans at the accumulation stage.
Still, would it make your clients happier to quit and start a second career? Do you know?