Over the last 25 years, working as an adviser for the financial services industry, I have become increasingly aware of maturing “elephants” in our customers’ lives — big, ponderous assets that are often not addressed by a traditional practice.
I’ve found that a common elephant for many of the families my firm serves is the value of their family business or professional practice.
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