CPA Relationship Model – Building A Lasting Business Partnership

In this episode, Barron's Hall of Fame Advisor, Jonathan Kuttin, shares the model he uses to build CPA partnerships. Jon walks through the key strategies he uses to leverage his existing client base to make connections with CPAs and to differentiate himself from other advisors targeting CPAs. Jon shares some of the lessons learned and

Financing Financial Advisor Acquisitions And Finding Deals

Scott Wetzel, CEO of Skyview Partners, shares mistakes advisors make in finding and acquiring practices and financing options available. Scott shares what selling advisors are concerned about and how buyers can use that information to attract "sell and stay" opportunities. Scott and Jon also share big mistakes advisors make as buyers and why they aren't

Growing Your Financial Advisory Practice Through Client Experience

Barron's Hall of Fame Advisor, Jonathan Kuttin, shares how focusing on client experience has helped his firm create organic growth. He specifically shares the importance of having a repeatable, measurable process for delivering a consistent, quality client experience as well as some tactical advice for what to include in your client experience process. Kuttin also

Trends in Advisor Successions and Recruiting

Jeff Nash of Bridgemark Strategies shares critical insights in what advisors are looking for in a firm, how advisors can find the right fit for them and their clients, and trends and pitfalls in advisor successions.   Key Links Connect with Bridgemark Strategies: https://www.bridgemarkstrategies.com Learn more about Kuttin Consulting Group: https://www.kuttinconsultinggroup.com Submit yourself as a

Managing Your Expectations For CPA Alliances

Many advisors are disappointed by the result of their efforts with CPAs. Part of this disappointment is due to the fact that many advisors aren’t following a proven process for developing CPA relationships. The other main reason advisors are disappointed is because they set unrealistic expectations about how CPA Alliances will work and how

To Be Effective, Building CPA Alliances Should Be Ingrained into Every Aspect Of Your Practice

Many advisors get a number of things wrong when it comes to pursuing alliances with CPAs and other Centers of Influence. The main thing they get wrong is how they treat a CPA building initiative within their own practice. A piece meal approach is not effective at securing profitable CPA relationships, neither is a

Why Financial Advisors Should Invest More In “Eat Later” Marketing

When you first start your practice, all of your energy and attention goes into building a client base as quickly as possible. This entails the usual advisor marketing activities such as networking, client events, referrals, and direct outreach to prospects. This is what I like to call “eat now” marketing. In this approach, your

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