PRACTICE TRENDS: Benefits Offered by Financial Planning Practices

King, Rebecca
March 2011
Journal of Financial Planning;Mar2011 Research Spotlight Suppleme, p13
Academic Journal
The article reports on the employee benefits gained by financial planning practices in the U.S. It notes that employee benefits are essential part of staffing strategies, thus it is important to assure the giving of competitive benefits package. It cites several common offered employee benefits including paid time off, employer sponsored 401(k) and health insurance. It mentions that most financial planning practices provide benefits with no waiting period and employer pays for 75 percent and more of the benefits.


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