Consultants to financial advisers constantly preach about weeding out nonprofitable clients and focusing on the wealthiest prospects and largest accounts.

But Mike Byrne, a partner at Lighthouse Planning Consultants LLC, in Cherry Hill, N.J., thinks differently. About 30% of his clients are not profitable — and he plans to keep it that way.

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