Time never stands still. Everything in the world seems to be moving at a quicker pace than before. Nowadays, the most common question we answer for the people we deal with is ‘Will I have enough?’. We are continuously looking for ways to improve how we answer this question and add proper value. As Certified Financial Planners we are continuously evolving. Information gathered and used in the right way can help create a realistic financial plan.
Truly Independent & Objective Advice
For many of us, money, although we may not what to admit it, is a very emotional subject for us and our families. It often hard to talk about, difficult to make decisions about, and it’s particularly difficult to make totally objective decisions. Part of the value of having a trusted advisor is a second opinion, someone who is completely independent of you or your family, who can provide advice without emotional attachment. In our experience, most individuals benefit greatly from an independent source of advice that allows you to focus on enjoying life instead of worrying about money.
Our initial complimentary consultations typically begin with a discussion about your investment portfolio, and your insurance policies. This transpires over time to a relationship that covers every aspect of your financial life. We try to give you the confidence and reassurance to know that while you are above ground, what type of lifestyle you can afford, and furthermore if you weren’t around, that your family would be taken care of.
By using lifetime cash-flow
“Wealth isn’t primarily determined by investment performance, but by investment
When asked how the stock market will perform, the financier JP Morgan said that “it will fluctuate”. We
There are distinct measurable benefits to enlisting the services of a Certified Financial Planner, including disciplined rebalancing and tax loss harvesting. Also, the allocation of assets between taxable and tax-advantaged investment
How we invest
“To invest successfully over a lifetime does not require a stratospheric IQ, unusual business insights, or inside information. What’s needed is a sound intellectual framework for making decisions and the ability to keep emotions from corroding that framework”
Benjamin Graham, (1894-1976) Legendary American Investor, scholar, teacher, and author of the book, “The Intelligent Investor”
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