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The Practice Profile in the September 2000 issue of NAPFA Advisor features WorthPointe, courtesy of an interview with COO Allison Blake. The wide-ranging piece, titled “It’s a great place to be,” showcases the firm’s investment approach and unique corporate culture, which supports team members personally and professionally. It also highlights the fact that WorthPointe was ahead of the curve when it comes to working from home—something that’s been an option for advisors since 2012. Read the whole article here.

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