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What to Expect When Working with an ACA Member

The clients of ACA members receive a high level of service from their advisor.  When you work with an ACA member, you can expect:

Objective Advice

ACA members are paid by you for their advice so their complete focus is on what is best for you.

Accessibility

Not only do you have regularly scheduled tax and financial reviews, but you can call your advisor or schedule an appointment whenever an unexpected problem or new opportunity arises--and it won't cost you a penny more!

Holistic Advice

Taxes and your personal residence probably represent your largest financial commitments. ACA members integrate these and all the other pieces of your financial puzzle into one overall, comprehensive plan that is driven by your goals.

Value-Based Pricing

ACA members are not the least expensive financial advisors, but each advisor is committed to providing value that exceeds his or her fee. If an advisor does not believe that you will realize savings that exceed your fee, you will not be accepted as a client, or you will be offered a retainer option more appropriate to your situation.

Is this a good fit? What's included in the advisory agreement? What appointments are held? Read more about the working relationship you can expect with an ACA member.

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