Using Education and Tech to Build a Multi-Generational Wealth Management Firm

In the latest video from TIFIN Wealth’s Growth and WealthTech series covering the intersection of firm growth and technology, Ben Pitts sat down with Bob Swift, Founder of TCI Wealth, to discuss: Insights learned over a 30-year career about using education to grow a firm Building a multi-generational wealth management firm Keeping up with the […]

Women’s History Month: Why Personalization Matters

At TIFIN Wealth, we believe in better financial outcomes for all investors. And part of that is acknowledging what makes every person unique. Technology-driven personalization signals are intended to identify the needs, preferences, and values of each person. While financial advisors can bring these lessons into any client conversation, there are differences to consider when working […]

Capturing the Future of Workplace Enterprise Lead Gen

It’s well known that some of the wealth management industry’s largest firms are focused on the workplace channel, and many of the larger players in the space have made moves over the last five years that show workplace retirement and wealth is an important component of their strategic growth plans. In fact, retirement plan and […]

Financial Planning: Why AI-Powered, Simpler Software Can Help You Grow

Could “less be more” in financial planning? The truth is, most prospects and clients don’t need a 30-page financial plan. Virtually none of them want one or will even read the whole thing if you and your team take the hours required to create one. In fact, trends show that a one-page plan is gaining […]

Client Conversations: Estate Planning with Digital Assets

In the last decade, the need for establishing a digital estate plan has increased significantly, as technology has continued to permeate our daily lives in the form of social media accounts, NFT holdings, crypto and other blockchain accounts, and more. Thus, the question arises as to who will have access to your clients’ account information […]

Financial Planning for the LGBTQ+ Community

As a financial advisor, you’re well-versed in speaking to today’s surging inflation, ongoing market volatility, and anticipated recession—it’s a key part of the job. However, notably during June’s Pride Month and throughout the year, it’s important to recognize the potentially unique impact these market forces may have on a certain subset of your clients and […]

Client Conversations: How the SECURE Act May Impact Your Clients’ Estate Plans

After establishing an estate plan, it is essential to regularly review it in its entirety to ensure that your client’s will or trust still aligns with their long-term goals and expectations. While this can be done on an annual or quarterly basis, it is also important to return to their plan after a major life […]

Client Conversations: 7 Planning Tips for Newlyweds

Wedding season has officially started, and experts predict that 2022 will be one of the busiest years the industry has ever seen. If estimates provided by the New York Times are accurate, there will be at least 2.5 million weddings this year—the most since 1984, with many people having pushed out their nuptials due to […]

Client Conversations: 7 Things Clients Need to Do in the Decade Before They Retire

Have you ever wished that there was a simple retirement roadmap – one that outlines each person’s path to financial security featuring days spent with family, vacations, and blissful moments of relaxation? Of course, there’s no one-size-fits-all way to help clients reach their retirement goals. What they need and how you’ll get there depends on […]

Prospecting Strategy: Converting Retirement Plan Participants

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Are you missing out on what could be your largest group of prospective clients? As you seek to grow your practice, sometimes the answer to effective prospecting may be right in front of you. In the case of a retirement plan advisor, you have access to thousands of retirement plan participants who need help beyond […]