An advisory firm is the practice owner's baby, and that person may have spent his or her entire career building the business, but that inevitable day is fast approaching when thought must be given to a successor.
This is by no means an easy decision to make. It is emotional and fraught with unanswered questions such as whether a successor will treat clients the same way, employees like family and protect the reputation built over years.
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