With 10,000 baby boomers turning 65 each day and $30 trillion in wealth transferring over the next 20 years, individuals, families, and business owners have a growing need for their trusted adviser to guide them through the complexities.
Research has shown that these clients and prospects want their adviser to be their primary point of contact who can integrate their full spectrum of personal finance needs throughout their lives and CPAs are perfectly positioned to do this.
Stepping into an expanded role to offer tax and financial planning services is a meaningful venture as most CPAs find that these services provide fulfillment and value for their clients and themselves.
If you’re up for the opportunity, this two-day seminar will give you the tools you need to get underway in offering tax and financial planning services.
Topics for Day 2:
How To Get Started and Practical Approach to Client Meetings
Technology Topics for PFP
Business Model Roundtables
Where are they now?
Effectively Communicating with Your Clients
Next Steps: Practical Advice from the Panel and Q&A
Recognize the future of services to individuals
Determine numerous compensation and service business models used by CPAs who have built practices that provide the highest client value
Identify tips to effectively communicate with clients
Identify compliance, technology and practice management considerations
Determine what you need to be successful in providing financial planning services from CPAs who have thriving businesses