Make a Specialized Practice Pay Off

ORLANDO, Fla. -- If you’re breaking off from a larger advisory firm to go it alone, consider a specialty practice, say advisors.

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Comments (3)
Indeed if you can carve out a niche for yourself, the sky is the limit.If you are technically sound and can deliver in your given area, work will slowly but surely pour in. In today's age of super specialisation, being able to deliver on any part of the deliverables can go a long way.
Posted by tasha123 s | Tuesday, October 22 2013 at 12:53PM ET
Wonderful post to stand out alone if you have the expertise & experience with you. I believe if anyone is planning to start their own, then sky is the limit that one can ask for. So research & study out best venture to handle self with dignity & pride.
Posted by STEVE B | Monday, October 28 2013 at 12:58PM ET
Enter the Certified Medical Planners(TM)

There is no certification program, course of study or professional designation for FAs who wish to enter the lucrative financial planning space serving physicians and healthcare professionals.

That's why the R&D efforts of our governing board of physician-directors, accountants, financial advisors, academics and health economists identified the need for integrated personal financial planning and medical practice management as an effective first step in the survival and wealth building life-cycle for physicians, nurses, healthcare executives, administrators and all medical professionals.

Now - more than ever - desperate doctors of all ages are turning to knowledge able financial advisors and medical management consultants for help. Symbiotically too, generalist advisors are finding that the mutual need for extreme niche synergy is obvious.

But, there was no established curriculum or educational program; no corpus of knowledge or codifying terms-of-art; no academic gravitas or fiduciary accountability; and certainly no identifying professional designation that demonstrated integrated subject matter expertise for the increasingly unique healthcare focused financial advisory niche ... Until Now!

Enter the Certified Medical Planner(TM) charter professional designation.

Ann Miller RN MHA
Posted by Ann M | Thursday, July 03 2014 at 8:25AM ET
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