The first year of an advisors' relationship with a client is the easy part.

It's the second, third and fourth years that are much more critical to achieve long-term retention, a new study finds. Other tips from the report: Advisors should also try to work with larger (and older) clients, price their fees wisely; seek out hybrid accounts and try to have more than one account in a household.

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