Financial advisor earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Financial advisor salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alaska $62,280
Alabama $79,293
Arkansas $60,480
Arizona $70,096
California $96,490
Colorado $85,120
Connecticut $98,000
District of Columbia $136,660
Delaware $101,920
Florida $90,460
Georgia $96,980
Hawaii $81,655
Iowa $103,033
Idaho $70,670
Illinois $126,640
Indiana $108,576
Kansas $90,606
Kentucky $84,103
Louisiana $67,750
Massachusetts $82,060
Maryland $81,360
Maine $101,550
Michigan $73,050
Minnesota $79,010
Missouri $63,000
Mississippi $72,320
Montana $73,240
North Carolina $97,960
North Dakota $70,500
Nebraska $68,290
New Hampshire $65,030
New Jersey $107,250
New Mexico $91,050
Nevada $76,550
New York $136,830
Ohio $74,390
Oklahoma $54,530
Oregon $78,920
Pennsylvania $90,928
Puerto Rico $47,060
Rhode Island $83,670
South Carolina $60,070
South Dakota $68,830
Tennessee $63,490
Texas $88,220
Utah $69,740
Virginia $83,220
Vermont $68,340
Washington $99,960
Wisconsin $88,590
West Virginia $61,900
Wyoming $80,630

How do financial advisor salaries compare to similar careers?

Financial advisors earn 8% more than similar careers in Florida. On average, they make less than treasurers but more than business analysts.

Career Median Salary
Treasurer salary $114K
Financial manager salary $114K
Financial advisor salary $90K
Fundraising manager salary $96K
Actuary salary $100K
Investment fund manager salary $91K
Business analyst salary $80K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)