As their practices gain more wealthy investors, many financial advisors eventually decide to set a minimum asset limit for new clients, but doing this may hurt growth prospects, industry experts and experienced advisors say.

“It’s insane to turn any business away,” says Rick Rummage, principal at the Rummage Group, a Herndon, Va., career consulting firm for advisors and an advisor himself.

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