Financial Planning

In life, we pass through several phases, each with different financial requirements. For example, the financial needs of a young married couple are not the same as those of a retired couple. That is why continuous, long-term planning is essential. Typically, there are three basic financial steps most people take in life. They include:

  • Wealth Accumulation - the building of a solid, diversified financial foundation from which to expand over time. During this phase, the allocation of money for a home, investments, life insurance, and educational expenses is coordinated with tax planning strategies to ensure that current future income is utilized effectively.
  • Wealth Conservation - the inclusion of a variety of investment strategies and further diversification, designed to preserve and invest assets to help ensure adequate funds for current living expenses and future retirement needs.
  • Wealth Distribution - the proper allocation of assets to heirs. Good estate planning should provide for the orderly transfer of assets while avoiding unnecessary tax burdens.

In addition to the complexities and changing priorities that occur over a lifetime, a financial plan also is affected by fluctuating economic conditions, taxes, and inheritance laws. We have the experience to thoughtfully design a plan with your circumstances in mind, helping you develop a long-term financial strategy for your individual needs.

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