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Firm Avg. annual payout
1Advisor Group
2Allstate Financial Services LLC
3American Portfolios Financial Services Inc.$223,822
4Ameriprise Financial Services Inc.0
5Ameritas Investment Corp.$80,221
6Arete Wealth Management$126,733
7Ausdal Financial Partners
8AXA Advisors LLC$113,292
9BCG Securities, Inc.
10Bernardi Securities Inc.
11Berthel Fisher & Co. Financial Services Inc.
12Bolton Global Capital
13Broker Dealer Financial Services Corp.
14Cadaret, Grant & Co. Inc.$195,969
15Calton & Associates Inc.
16Cambridge Investment Research Inc.$244,238
17Cantella & Co. Inc.
18Capital Analysts Inc.
19Capital Investment Co.0
20Centaurus Financial Inc.$228,625
21Century Securities Associates Inc.
22Cetera Advisor Networks$184,485
23Cetera Advisors$187,480
24Cetera Financial Institutions0
25Cetera Financial Specialists$86,843
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