IN Partnership is paying its first dividend of 5p since it launched at the end of 2000.
Nearly two-thirds of the 500 network members are shareholders and will get payouts.
The group made a £1.229m profit in the year to June 30, 2006 on turnover of £28.62m. It expects turnover to reach £33m this year while profits are predicted to grow to £1.5m.
Group chairman Stanley Lovell says: “When we founded IN Partnership under an enterprise investment scheme, we always envisaged a true partnership with members so they could share in the rewards of any success in a tax-efficient manner.”
Davenport Financial Management managing director Malcolm Wanless says: “IN Partnership’s directors have gone quietly about building a solid and financially sound business. Many advisers will now reap the financial rewards.”