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Avoid Common Grammar Mistakes with Clients

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Financial advisors often describe themselves as investment counselors, financial planners, client advocates and asset gatherers. Yet, many advisors neglect to describe themselves as communicators, which may be a crucial mistake.


Retirement Planning Biz Largely Untapped

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At first blush, the retirement planning industry appears crowded with professionals, while the World Wide Web has countless do-it-yourself pages with savings calculators and other financial tools.


Is the Mass Affluent Investor the Right Client for You?

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There are nearly 40 million mass affluent individuals – those with investable assets ranging from $100,000 to $1 million – in the United States, according to Forrester Research. Deloitte estimates that more than a third of those investors do not work with financial advisors.


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