With the implementation of CRM2 requiring investment fee disclosure along with the prevalence of ‘DIY’ investing, clients are questioning the need for engaging with a professional financial advisor at all. This is coming at a time of unprecedented change particularly in the area of taxation. Add to that a persistent low interest-rate environment, the need for professional financial advice is critical. More than ever, clients need to understand the value professional financial advisors bring to the table and Advisors need the tools to clarify their value.
With the new tax rules taking place on January 1st, 2017, time is of the essence for advisors to understand the opportunities for pre and post 2017 planning. Before the clock runs down, advisors will want to consider:
Attendees of the 2017 edition of Advocis’ flagship learning event will hear rich and engaging discussions focused on the value of financial advice.
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