HOLLYWOOD, FLA. – The shortage of advisors can easily turn into a crisis if the problem is left unaddressed.

That was the consensus of a panel that spoke here at BISA’s annual convention. “I think it’s a slow-moving crisis. We have time to address it,” panel moderator Paul Werlin, president of Human Capital Resources, told a room packed with advisors.

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