PHILADELPHIA -- Move over, benchmarks and multiples. There's a new valuation tool in town: key performance indicators.

While KPIs may not replace multiples of cash flow in a purchase agreement, they are becoming increasingly important as a way for owners of financial advisory firms to enhance the value of their business, according to Owen Dahl, president of Gladstone Analytics.

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