“It is not the strongest of the species that will survive, not the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change.”

— The Living Clocks, by Ritchie R. Ward (1971)

The Wealth Management Formula

A lot of Financial Advisors use the term wealth management but are primarily focused on investments.  We cater to people balancing multiple objectives in addition to investment advisory services. 

Our clients live busy lives, have successful careers, raised or are still raising children, and believe strongly in providing the best education for them.  Some are providing for aging parents or acting as a caregiver for other family members. Some may have college tuitions or constant travel expenses to consider. Other may have lost investments or had life changes affect their income.

Given the complexity of their lives, create a better relationship with their wealth and are looking for a way to destress from the day-to-day burden of managing their finances. They are looking to feel different and for help changing the way they have been doing things. We've adopted a simple formula below to limit stress and create confidence in their financial life.

 

       Investment Consulting

  • Portfolio management
  • QrtlyTracking and monitoring
  • Due diligence
  • Risk evaluation
  • Performance analysis vs Benchmark
  • Goal setting and progress tracking

 

 Advanced Planning

  • Cash flow projections & analysis
  • Tax planning & projection to prepare better
  • Wealth protection lawsuits divorce liability cybersecurity
  • Charitable giving
  • Estate planning
  • Beneficiary designations 

 

Relationship Management

  • Collaborate with your other professionals, including legal team, tax consultants, & insurance investment professionals
  • Make sure stuff gets done that needs to 
  • Create a plan for delegating & building a support team

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If you’re tired of feeling overwhelmed, are unsure of what may be preventing you from reaching your financial goals, and are ready to change, let’s talk.

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