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Firm Avg. annual payout ▼
1Wells Fargo Advisors Financial Network$469,101
2Commonwealth Financial Network$461,217
3Geneos Wealth Management Inc.$408,042
4Spire Investment Partners LLC$387,985
5Prospera Financial Services Inc.$381,432
6The Strategic Financial Alliance Inc.$348,529
7Founders Financial Securities, LLC$321,663
8Triad Advisors Inc.$288,736
9Summit Brokerage Services, Inc.$285,898
10Kalos Capital Inc.$279,136
11Securities Service Network Inc.$264,000
12SII Investments Inc.$262,000
13M Holdings Securities Inc. (M Securities)$259,879
14KMS Financial Services, Inc.$253,900
15First Allied Securities, Inc.$251,558
16Kestra Financial$247,581
17National Planning Corporation (NPC) $245,000
18Royal Alliance Associates Inc.$244,554
19Cambridge Investment Research Inc.$244,238
20Investment Centers of America Inc.$236,000
21Centaurus Financial Inc.$228,625
22J.W. Cole Financial Inc.$227,546
23FSC Securities Corp.$226,793
24United Planners Financial Services$226,385
25Lincoln Investment Planning, LLC$225,296
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