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Accounting & Financial
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Investment advisory firm
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Overview of The Financial Advisor Practice Lifecycle™
A financial advisory business will progress more quickly when the challenges and decisions ahead are clear. There are different stages in a firm's development. Our framework goes beyond simply identifying stages. We also identify transitional phases, where you're likely to experience the most pain in moving the practice to the next stage. Transition phases tend to be time- consuming and costly as you tear down or modify existing systems and processes only to rebuild them at levels of greater capability and efficiency that allow you address new and expanding goals. Knowing what you are likely to face as the practice grows can help navigate these painful transitions in record time. It can also help to build your business as though you are going to sell it tomorrow, which we believe is one of the keys to maximizing the ultimate value of a practice.
The Financial Advisor Practice Lifecycle™ has four stages:
1. Start-Up—When you launch the business
2. Growth—When the focus is on growing the business through your own efforts or acquisitions
3. Maturity—When the business generates enough ongoing cash flow that you can begin to focus more on personal and family goals
4. Exit—When you implement a strategy to leave your business