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Experienced professionals are standing by to support advisors in the areas of tax advice and preparation, estate planning and wealth transfer, retirement plans, risk management, business valuation and forensic accounting, and more. Offering this level of support is a differentiator for our firm, and it allows our advisors to focus on managing client relationships, with the confidence of knowing they have dedicated support to help clients navigate a wide range of challenges.Back-Office Support
How much time to you currently spend cultivating new prospects, staying up-to-date on new tax laws, estate planning issues and risk management, interviewing job candidates and solving personnel issues, ensuring your practice remains compliant, coming up with ways to market your practice? Probably a lot.
At Mariner Wealth Advisors, we support advisors in all non-core functions so they are able to spend 100% of their time helping clients achieve their financial goals. This support includes the following functions:
• Human resources
• Information technology
• ComplianceDedicated Business Development
In addition to advisory solutions and back-office support, Mariner Wealth Advisors employs a dedicated business development team. These professionals solely focus on bringing in new clients and matching them with the advisor who best meets their needs. Your ONLY job is providing advice and retaining clients.
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