@tjI'm in the same position as you and have been since 1996 since my ex associate, a Barrister and I parted company.Like you, I want to control everything that goes out of my office.The issue is the relationships I have developed with my clients and the accounting referral base that I have.The other issue which is what we all face in many instances is the trust that allows you to work in a reasonable environment and a Licensee who understands both you and your business.Having been in a couple of institutional organisations and experienced the things you are now experiencing, my decision was easy because I wanted my current AFSL to be my last change, and it is.Y'all have a nice weekend but let me say finally, do your homework like I know you will, because there are always options.
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