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Unbundling Planning To Get More Client Engagement
by Tony Vidler        Unbundling planning creates higher numbers of prospects and clients engaging in full financial planning, and can lead to higher revenue per client as well.  More clients engaging in more comprehensive advice and creating higher lifetime value per client.  That has to be worth thinking about doesn’t it?   When we try […]
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Scope Creep: The Number 1 Problem In Fixed Fee Advice
by Tony Vidler        “Scope Creep” is the killer for the Holy Grail of professional services business models: fixed fee advice.  That ideal model which so many aspire to is having clients who agree to ongoing fixed fees, and the practice income just rolls in month after month.   Fixed fee advice being delivered on […]
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How to introduce a “Guarantee” into your fees
by Tony Vidler        It has been proven repeatedly that providing a guarantee in your fees for prospective clients certainly helps them decide to engage – and it is not a difficult thing to do, even though “guarantee” is a dangerous word for financial advisers.   Financial advice fees can seem to be enormously expensive […]
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The most powerful word in marketing!
by Tony Vidler        What is the most powerful word in marketing?   It is “Guarantee“   How can we tap into the power of providing a guarantee in professional services, especially in these increasingly litigious and compliance-focussed times?   We can use it by understanding the fears of prospective customers and then addressing them […]
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Most Advisers Are Frogs Being Boiled Alive When It Comes To Fees
by Tony Vidler        Most financial advisers acknowledge that things are likely to change when it comes to fees, initial commissions, renewals or AUM fees and so forth in coming years.   Yet they behave like the frog being boiled.  The boiling frog story is a common metaphor used to describe the inability or unwillingness of […]
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