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 about the same as related careers in Washington. On average, they make less than financial managers but more than financial analysts.

Career Median Salary
Financial manager salary $123K
Bank branch manager salary $123K
Actuary salary $125K
Fundraising manager salary $120K
Investment fund manager salary $117K
Financial advisor salary $100K
Business analyst salary $98K
Statistician salary $98K
Operations research analyst salary $92K
Financial analyst salary $80K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)