Not long ago Washington D.C.-based planner David B. Armstrong sat down with a prospective client who he still hopes will be his first with $100 million in assets to manage.

"His questions were a little leading," recalls Armstrong, the managing director of Monument Wealth Management. "I knew what he was getting at. He was asking, 'I want to know a little about the firm you have behind you.'"

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