Advisors can automate their services in a variety of ways to save time, increase efficiency and hopefully provide better service to clients.
Kasia Marczyk, a CFP and the president and chief executive of Anchor Wealth Management Group in West Palm Beach, Florida, says that she has automated her practice in seven or eight different ways.
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