When Tim Kochis resigned from the board of the company he helped build, he wasn’t quite ready to retire. Within months of his departure from Aspiriant in 2012, he formed consulting firm Kochis Global.

Kochis had no intention of competing with his former passion, the $9 billion AUM investment advisory firm. Indeed, he still relies on Aspiriant for his own planning needs and is a principal with a significant ownership interest.

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