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Year Established:

The earliest year in which your practice has operated.


Number of Client Households:

Individuals or organizations that generate any form of gross revenue for your practice. Accounts should be combined for each household. If a client has business assets (retirement plan or corporate accounts) these should be separate from the business owner’s personal assets.


Full Time Employees:

Include all personnel, advisor(s) included. In the case of shared employees, count only their time devoted to your practice.

FTE Rates Hours Worked/Year
1.00 2,000
0.75 1,500
0.50 1,000
0.25 500

Number of Financial Advisors:

Number of revenue generating advisor professionals whose full-time, primary role is attracting and growing client base. This number would include yourself.


Assets Under Management:

Total dollar value at year-end of all assets managed for all clients.


Recurring Revenue:

Asset management fees, securities trails, and insurance renewals.


Non-Recurring Revenue:

Planning and consulting fees, securities commissions, insurance commissions and other fees.

What is the Advisor Health Index?

At Russell, we know that advisors' practices can be as unique as the men and women running them. However, our experience has taught us that many of the top firms show significant similarities. Using our own custom methodology and data drawn from over 400 firms, the Advisor Health Index helps you compare your business to other firms to help you gain insight into the health of your practice.

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