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Most advisory firms don't have a strategy for landing client referrals
Only one out of every three firms have a formal referral process, despite referrals accounting for the lion's share of new business.
Young advisers go from learning to doing
New employees have gained confidence, and are starting to work with clients
The more I learn about planning and taxes, the more interesting the job gets
During the past five months at NorthWest Financial, I have learned a remarkable amount about all aspects of financial planning, from the technical side of concepts and strategies to the relationship essentials of connecting with clients and fellow employees. I have enjoyed my time very much and ...
A whirlwind of change — transitioning into the financial planning industry
The last six months have been full of transition. The first wave of change was graduating from William Paterson University in New Jersey and accepting a job as an associate financial adviser with FJY Financial in Virginia. My emotions were mixed; I was thrilled to be offered an amazing job at a ...
When technology or outsourcing can help, and when it can't
Advisers need to focus on mission-critical functions, such as meeting with clients and marketing.
The top-ranked fee-only U.S. RIAs by region
Meet the leading RIA firms in the Northeast, South, Midwest and West, ranked by total assets
The most valuable thing an adviser can do for clients in 2015
How to make 2015 'the year of the client' and set up advisory firms for sustained success
Tony Robbins gets advisers talking at the 2014 MarketCounsel Summit
Independent advisers get a dose of inspiration as Tony Robbins continues to champion their cause
Four Convergent veterans depart for Presidio
Decision by advisers, including an executive director of the ultrahigh-net-worth group, to leave the firm and join Presidio comes amid management changes.
It's time for transparency at the CFP Board
Should be a transparent protocol for planners to follow when they disagree with the board's judgments.
San Diego: Sunny startup scene offers many opportunities
One of the highest tax rates in the country also means tax advice opportunities are abundant
Convergent chairman resigns
Steven Lockshin, the firm's founder, is stepping down from his role as chairman and will be replaced by Richard Gershen, the executive vice president of wealth management at City National, Convergent's parent company.
Next Financial Holdings' D'Angelo resigns as CEO, chairman
One of the firm's six original principals, he will remain as a corporate director.
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