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Honor Randall

Honor Randall
Honor is excited to help AdvicePay users make the most out of our platform to help expand their businesses. Having worked in the financial industry for five years, Honor has considerable experience assisting financial advisors as a paraplanner. When she’s not helping enterprises implement AdvicePay into their business, you can find Honor running, cooking, and exploring National Parks with her husband.

Recent Posts

Services You Can Provide Regularly to Clients Under the Fee-For-Service Model

July 20, 2021 By: Honor Randall

It’s no secret that the financial industry has evolved leaps and bounds over the last few decades. We’ve said “so long!” to the days where clients look to financial professionals just to help them pick and choose stocks on their behalf. Nor do people...

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Topics: Practice Management, Fee-For-Service

The Non-AUM Clients You Should be Working With

June 18, 2021 By: Honor Randall

In the past, I’ve written about incorporating fee-for-service offerings for existing AUM clients as a way to add flexibility to your fee structure and drive revenue. From Quickstart Sessions to 401(k) advice, there are a number of ways you as an...

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Topics: Practice Management, Fee-For-Service

Why Spreadsheets Only Work for So Long

June 10, 2021 By: Honor Randall

Over at AdvicePay, our entire team has been buzzing about the launch of our newest feature: Deliverables

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Topics: Practice Management, Enterprise

Attracting New Talent to Your Firm Using AdvicePay

May 26, 2021 By: Honor Randall

The world is a much different place than it was five or ten years ago. Really, a lot has changed in just one single year. Technology’s already quick takeover saw an immediate uptick when so many companies went remote due to COVID-19. Although the dust...

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Topics: Practice Management, Fee-For-Service, Enterprise

5 Things People Get Wrong About Fee-For-Service

April 29, 2021 By: Honor Randall

While the fee-for-service revolution continues to change the landscape of financial planning, many advisors aren’t quite sure how to incorporate it seamlessly into their practice. It can seem daunting to change your current way of doing business, or...

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Topics: Practice Management, Fee-For-Service

Who is the Fee-For-Service Client? (And Why You Want Them at Your Practice)

November 06, 2020 By: Honor Randall

While younger generations have become the face of fee-for-service clients, they aren’t the only folks who can benefit from this unique model. Advisors are having great success in working with various clients of all ages, financial situations, and...

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Topics: Practice Management, Fee-For-Service, Client Relationships

Conveying the Value of Financial Planning to Prospects

October 15, 2020 By: Honor Randall

In our modern world, financial planning clients are drawn more and more to transparency. With the advent of the virtual firm, you’re no longer competing with advisors in just your geographical area, but an array of financial planners across the...

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Topics: Practice Management

How 3 Firms Successfully Structure their Pricing

September 25, 2020 By: Honor Randall

There are endless ways to calculate your fees when operating under the fee-for-service model. While no single approach is the solution for every firm, trends in payment calculations have begun to appear among financial planners. If you're still trying...

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Topics: Practice Management, Fee-For-Service

Excelling with a Virtual Financial Practice

September 14, 2020 By: Honor Randall

Although many financial planners have converted to “virtual practices” in the past few years, the global pandemic has certainly pushed many more into this business model practically overnight. As more companies continue to postpone office openings,...

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Topics: Practice Management

The Virtual Conference Experience: LPL Focus 2020

August 27, 2020 By: Honor Randall

It's been an odd year for everyone, but I know I'm stating the obvious here. For me, this has meant missing out on one of my most significant (and most enjoyable) responsibilities: attending industry conferences and chatting with folks about how...

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Topics: Practice Management