I often see interviews and bios about financial planners that "moved on from doing hourly work and into money management." Is that what hourly work is? A stepping stone? Or can one make a good living by doing hourly, on-demand financial planning? Most of the advisors I see as part of GPN (Garrett Planning Network) are young/rookies or targeting middle income families. Does hourly have no place in the institutional, large account consulting?Just wondering what the reality of hourly compensation is, as I would like to pursue such a structure if it makes sense.