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Firm Avg. payout per rep, per year % change ▼
1Summit Brokerage Services, Inc.18.96%
2Nationwide Planning Associates, Inc.18.54%
3Veritas Independent Partners12.59%
4MML Investors Services, LLC10.91%
5Prospera Financial Services Inc.10.08%
6ProEquities Inc.7.98%
7The Strategic Financial Alliance Inc.7.31%
8J.W. Cole Financial Inc.5.76%
9Centaurus Financial Inc.5.29%
10Kovack Securities, Inc.4.68%
11Questar Capital Corp.4.66%
12The Investment Center Inc.4.10%
13Fortune Financial Services, Inc.2.90%
14LaSalle St. Securities LLC2.78%
15Kestra Financial, Inc2.11%
16Cetera Financial Specialists1.04%
17KMS Financial Services, Inc.1.02%
18Royal Alliance Associates Inc.0.88%
19Woodbury Financial Services0.58%
20Trustmont Financial Group Inc.0.08%
21Voya Financial Advisors Inc.-0.20%
22Sigma Financial Corp.-0.24%
23Wells Fargo Advisors Financial Network-0.43%
24FSC Securities Corp.-0.62%
25Lincoln Investment Planning, LLC-0.97%
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