Life Insurance as Part of Wealth Management

Businesspeople having a meeting over coffee sitting together at a table discussing a document, young man and two middle-aged women presentIt’s not glamorous, but it’s important.

By Anthony Glomski and Russ Alan Prince
Your $5-Million High-Net-Worth Practice

A percentage of accounting firms have chosen to be compensated by delivering financial products specifically investment management and life insurance. These firms see wealth management as a way to deliver greater value to clients. There are also solid business reasons for the decision, such as the profitability of wealth management practices, including the potential for consistent revenues.

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The best wealth management practices anywhere tend to be all about developing a deep understanding of their clients’ goals and concerns. With these insights, wealth managers evaluate how they can use the range of financial strategies and products to help their clients’ achieve their agendas.