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Investment Analysis & Portfolio Design
Not only do your investment strategies need to align with your goals, they should also work within your risk-tolerance level. We take all this into account when we perform our extensive portfolio review, while also figuring in your specific time horizon, investment objectives, tax efficiency and inflation impact. We also design, implement and monitor your portfolio.
Pre & Post Retirement Planning
Prior to retirement the primary questions are always, "When can I retire?" and "Will I have enough money to last my lifetime?" After retirement, the determination of how and when to withdraw money from savings becomes the focus, so as not to outlive the nest egg.
With rising college and education costs requiring a significant amount of resources, it’s essential to identify the most effective ways to save. We can help you make sense of the educational funding options available to you, by comparing 529 plans, Coverdell IRA, Uniform gift to Minors Act, Roths, and more to see what works best for you. We’ll also consider debt restructuring through home equity or refinance, TSA loans or qualified plan, life insurance options and other strategies.
While no one can predict the future, it’s important to be prepared for possible contingencies down the road. We can work with you to calculate income replacement needs required by your family, dependents or business and then review all the insurance options available to you, including disability, term, universal and whole life policies.
With any good estate plan, the goal is to not only to build the estate, but to protect the assets for your own use and to provide peace of mind and security for your loved ones. That requires a thorough review your estate plan, and a discussion of living trusts and wills, plus beneficiary designations on accounts and their implications. Then, we can recommend strategies for asset protection and the transfer of wealth, including but not limited to long term care, insurance analysis and charitable gifting.
Financial Goals Assessment
The first step with any financial plan is to evaluate your financial state and identify goals and priorities, and then organize them into a mutually agreed upon plan of action. Your risk tolerance is also considered, along with strategies to address the requirements of your plan, including the impact of any upcoming life transitions.