We are so happy to see WorthPointe on AdvisorHQ’s Top Financial Advisors in Austin, Texas, to partner with in 2019.
As examined in the article on the Advisor HQ Website, we know it’s difficult to know where to start when it comes to finding a financial advisor you can trust. And you want to someone you truly can partner with, over a lifetime. We are so honored by AdvisorHQ’s confidence in WorthPointe, to include us among Austin’s best.
In addition to listing us with other top firms in the area, AdvisorHQ shares some specifics they love about each firm. For us, they pointed out our multifaceted investment philosophy, WorthPointe 360 personal financial dashboard, fee-only fiduciary responsibility and overall commitment to our clients.
We encourage you to go read more about the others on the list and AdvisorHQ’s recommendations for finding the right financial advisor for you.
AdvisoryHQ uses a multi-step selection methodology for identifying, researching, and generating its list of top ranked firms. AdvisoryHQ’s review and ranking articles are always 100% independently researched and objectively written.
Firms do not pay for their ranking. In fact, most firms do not even realize that they are being reviewed and ranked by AdvisoryHQ until after their reviews have been completed and published to the public. Below is a step-by-step overview of AdvisoryHQ’s methodology process.
Step 1: Using publicly available sources, AdvisoryHQ identifies a wide range of firms that are providing services in a designated area (city, state, or local geographic location).
Step 2: AdvisoryHQ’s review team then applies initial methodology filters to narrow down the list of identified firms/products. These filters include company strengths, trustworthiness, transparency, professional reputation, managed asset, ROI/ROA effectiveness, fees structure, what customers/clients are saying about the organization, and many more.
Step 3: After trimming down the initial list, AdvisoryHQ then conducts a deep-dive assessment of the remaining firms.
The award criteria takes into account a range of factors, including experience level, level of customization, site quality, resources, features, range of provided services, innovation, value-added, and many more factors, to build up a broad picture of what each firm or product has to offer, before the final selection process occurs.
Step 4: Based on the results of the performed assessment, AdvisoryHQ’s research and selection team then finalizes the list of entities that make it into its top rated publications, which are then published to the general public.
Click here for additional information on AdvisoryHQ’s Selection and Ranking Methodologies.
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