Work versus family and personal time is a time-honored scrum that often goes one way while the other gets left behind. Advisors, many who work from home offices or close to home, have it especially hard as not only do they deal with their own family, but other families, including friends, whose money they manage.
We asked Financial Planning Association members how they made sure they kept their business separate from family or playtime. It definitely is an uphill battle, especially when a business is first started, many lamented, but when rules are put in place, the division is easier to manage. Check out the gallery above to see their answers.
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