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We focus on providing sensible long-term financial advice and investment management.

Client Centered

Ever wonder how the pieces of your financial life fit together.

We can provide you with an in-depth, coordinated picture that will help you make sensible decisions about your life challenges. You may need short-term or long-term cash flow planning, a strategy to handle debt, an analysis of the tax consequences of a decision, or a tax-efficient estate plan. By understanding how all of the components of your finances integrate, we can work toward sound recommendations that will lead to attaining your desired goals.

Personal Attention

Our process begins with an initial meeting where we discuss your goals, values, hopes, dreams, and areas of concern. While many clients already have goals in mind, we take the time to prioritize, clarify and expand your objectives.

Understanding Your Current Circumstances

Once we have a thorough and detailed picture of your financial life, we can develop and analyze alternatives to help you achieve your goals.

Planning for the Unexpected

A financial plan is typically comprised of several strategies, each designed to address a different piece of your financial life. Unexpected events can happen, and your financial plan should also include strategies for dealing with life’s contingencies, such as an accident or illness or even premature death in the family that could negatively impact your plan.

Implement and Review

Together, we evaluate the available strategies, decide on the course of action, and implement the recommendations. As your life changes, new techniques will likely be added, or your existing strategies will be revised. For example, it may make sense to increase or decrease insurance amounts, adjust your asset allocation, or look at a new tax reduction strategy.

How Often Will We Meet

We will meet with you as often as needed to review and update your plan.

<p>Social Security: The 64,000 Dollar Question</p>

Social Security: The 64,000 Dollar Question

One of the most common questions people ask about Social Security is when they should start taking benefits.
<p>Choices for Your 401(k) at a Former Employer</p>

Choices for Your 401(k) at a Former Employer

Individuals have three basic choices with the 401(k) account they accrued at a previous employer.

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