We understand that planning conversations can sometimes move too quickly to solutions, before taking the time to really understand what matters to you, and why it matters.

You have individual experiences and unique hopes and dreams that call for a values-based approach to financial planning. Your core values become the basis for defining your financial philosophy and this serves as a guide in developing your plan.

The wealth planning process often involves three phases: financial independence, family legacy, and social capital. Advice is focused on solutions to meet your retirement and other personal goals to ensure your personal financial well-being.

Leaving your children an inheritance, giving them a financial head start in life and providing for their general future needs along with your personal values will shape the commitments you make in creating your family legacy.

Determining the disposition of your assets through community and charitable giving take place to ensure your assets will not go to the government in the form of a tax but to a charity as a gift. Your plan should maintain your desired lifestyle and protect your financial security, transfer what you have to whom you want, when you want and how you want, and allow you to choose strategically when it comes to charitable giving and tax dollars.




Financial Representatives do not render tax advice. Consult with a tax professional for tax advice that is specific to your situation.