Executive Summary

For many financial advisors, the most valuable part of what they offer comes down to the financial advice that they give, whether it be the expert guidance they give to a certain niche or a unique point of view that presents unique insights to an individual client. However, the advice given to clients is not always the only useful offering provided, as the process through which financial advisors deliver their advice can also be an important part of their value proposition. As while most financial planning advice may ultimately be modeled on similar principles, the process by which a client’s situation is analyzed and how the advice is delivered can be vastly different depending on the advisor’s particular areas of expertise, niche, firm size, standards of conduct, and other differentiating factors.

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