1 CPE credit of Specialized Knowledge for all CPAs
1 CPD credit (Verifiable) for Canadian CPAs
1 General Educational credit for Tax Professionals / Bookkeepers / Accountants
adding financial planning to your practice
the definition of intangible assets as per ias 38
coronavirus impact on financial statements – going concern assumption
identifying leases under the new asc 842
ethics and conducts for ohio cpas
ethics and conducts for south carolina cpas
ethics and conducts for missouri cpas
ethics and conducts for michigan cpas
ethics and conducts for california cpas
ethics and conducts for oklahoma cpas
ethics and conducts for north carolina cpas
ethics and conducts for kansas cpas
ethics rules, interpretations and guidance for cpas in alaska
practical guide to fraud 2020: including cash, inventory & general frauds
The services of most advisers look the same to prospective clients. To attract clients, advisers need to demonstrate how they are different in a way that is valuable to their target market – a niche. In addition, almost all clients would benefit from an adviser who has a deeper understanding of their particular situation and needs; to have the opportunity to work with a specialist in what is unique about them. This course teaches practitioners how to develop an understanding of the more detailed, subtle and nuanced needs beyond the basics and to strengthen their planning abilities for the group of clients they want to be better prepared to serve and create a communication strategy that projects that difference.
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Advisor, The Client Driven Practice
Stephen Wershing, CFP® is President of The Client Driven Practice, a firm that consults with financial advisers on how to create an experience clients naturally talk about. He helps them clarify their value, build their brand, and attract more referrals. He is also known for his work with client advisory boards.
Wershing is cohost of the popular podcast Becoming Referable, www.becomingreferable.com.
Bob Veres calls Steve “the best marketing mind in financial planning.” His book, Stop Asking for Referrals: A Revolutionary New Strategy for Building a Financial Service Business that Sells Itself, was published by McGraw Hill in 2012.
Steve has authored articles or been quoted in many trade and popular publications including Journal of Financial Planning, Financial Advisor, Investment Advisor, InvestmentNews and USA Today.
Steve started as a registered rep 30 years ago, becoming a fee-based advisor and later a broker/dealer executive. He was Chief Operating Officer of a national firm and subsequently President of a regional B/D before dedicating himself to coaching advisors full time in 2011. He is also partner in the Focused Advisor Network (www.focused-advisors.com), a platform for independent advisors.
The Client Driven Practice helps financial advisors discover and strengthen their unique value, and build their marketing and their strategy around that. They do this with client surveys, client advisory boards, and referral marketing consulting.