When an advisory firm transitions to a new owner, it is important to preserve the core values of the practice.
To address these challenges, Financial Planning turned to Robert Goff, vice president of succession and acquisition consulting at Raymond James of St. Petersburg, Florida, whose team has helped many advisers with the benefits of transitioning to the next generation.
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