Strengths are what a company does better than their competition. It is what makes them special in the marketplace. Let’s take a hypothetical restaurant (R). Possible Strengths for R (advantages they have over their competition) are better food, cheaper food, better service, etc. The reasons could be a better supplier, a more motivated work force, etc.
Let’s look at a company like Coca-Cola. A significant Strength that the company has is brand loyalty. There are many people who have a strong attachment to the brand. They will continue Coca-Cola products regardless of cost. This is a big advantage to the company for it grants them essentially monopoly status for those consumers.
Investment Fee Structure
|Rate||Assets Under Management|
|1.00%||Between $125,000 and $750,000|
|.85%||Between $750,000 and $1,250,000|
|.80%||Between $1,250,000 and $1,750,000|
|.75%||Between $1,750,000 and $2,500,000|
|.70%||Between $2,500,000 and $3,250,000|
|.65%||Between $3,250,000 and $4,250,000|
A single rate is applied to the entire account. So a person with a $750,000.01 account pays less than a person with a $750,000 account. I will waive personal tax return fees for accounts over $1 million. For accounts that are above $5,250,000, we’ll need to discuss a custom rate.
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