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February 2017 In this issue...
- The Great Stall (and Our Invisible Obstacles): What has caused the profession’s growth to suddenly slow down? Stephanie Bogan and an all-star cast of consultants offer their analysis.
- Practice Management: Prominent consultants offer their prescriptions for The Great Stall
- Conferences: Highlights of the AICPA Personal Financial Planning Summit.
- Parting Thoughts: SIFMA and other sales organizations confirm that they're in the sales business, on the record.
January 2017 In this issue...
- Inefficient Market Theory: active fund manager are quietly talking about the best investing environment of their careers. Credit the fund flows into ETFs and passive investments.
- Practice Management: How to use engagement standards with clients, your business and practically anything else.
- Client Services: A truly holistic financial planning service includes coaching and career asset management.
- Parting Thoughts: How we're winning the big war behind all the battles that our profession has been losing.