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Firm Avg. payout per rep, per year % change ▼
1David A. Noyes & Company122.22%
2Arete Wealth Management56.50%
3Signator Investors Inc.41.76%
4Principal Securities, Inc. (fka Princor Financial Services Corp.)29.06%
5The Investment Center Inc.28.59%
6Cetera Advisors28.20%
7Leaders Group28.13%
8Fortune Financial Services, Inc.22.95%
9CFD Investments Inc.22.16%
10SCF Securities Inc.21.07%
11Spire Investment Partners LLC20.85%
12Summit Brokerage Services, Inc.20.03%
13Northwestern Mutual Investment Services19.50%
14Parkland Securities, LLC18.13%
15Voya Financial Advisors Inc.17.30%
16ProEquities Inc.16.52%
17Infinity Financial Services 15.36%
18Nationwide Planning Associates, Inc.14.49%
19Cetera Financial Specialists14.30%
20United Planners Financial Services13.52%
21Securian Financial Services Inc.13.37%
22J.W. Cole Financial Inc.12.94%
23Waddell & Reed Financial Advisors11.41%
24Commonwealth Financial Network11.01%
25MML Investors Services, LLC10.69%
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