Time is money, the saying goes, but when it comes to clients with less in assets, RIA firms should take the time to treat them with care and offer help, not just send them away.

Some in the industry warn that setting minimum asset limits for new clients, or worse, assigning a low-level person to do preliminary client interviews as a kind of gatekeeper, could be bad for business in many unanticipated ways.

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