When financial advisors choose independence and launch a registered investment advisor, despite the long-term rewards, in the short term, they are operating a business with no revenue and significant expenses.
Post-launch, client assets are in various stages of being transitioned to the new firm, creating a revenue base that ramps up over time.
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