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We are a group of independent financial advisors offering financial planning and wealth management services using a smarter approach to planning your future, reaching your goals and protecting your most valuable resources

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Our Unique 3P Approach to Financial Planning and Wealth Management

Plan

Every journey begins with a well-designed road map to ensure your success. Stepping into your financial shoes we begin understanding your thought processes. Your financial plan is then designed exclusively for you and your family because your goals are too important for a “one-size fits all” plan.

Prosper

Together we implement an investment and tax reduction strategy to help ensure your goals are met as quickly as possible. As your partner, we work with your other trusted advisors, whether accountant, CPA, bookkeeper, attorney, insurance agent or other. With GWA, you sit on the same side of the table as your advisor.

Protect

As each target is met, we help ensure you stay on track by protecting your portfolio from potential hazards. We also understand your fears and natural responses to them. By managing those behaviors we can help you stay on track with protecting what's most important to you and your loved ones.

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We cover what's most important to you with a wide-range of financial planning topics like retirement, risk management, memory care, cybersecurity, smartphone apps, investing, business planning, cognitive biases, estate planning, and the latest finance news and information from industry experts.

Everyone Needs an Estate Plan

Estate Planning is for Everyone

Posted on October 30, 2018

By Kris Maksimovich, AIF®, CRPC®: If estate planning conjures up thoughts of rambling estates, stables and riding gear you’re missing the point completely. Estate planning is a tool that enables you to decide how the things you own should be handled after death or incapacitation. Putting Off Estate Planning Brings Consequences Even the rich and

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Financial Implications of Restricted Stock Units

How Do Restricted Stock Units Work?

Posted on October 26, 2018

Presented by Kris Maksimovich, AIF®, CRPC®:  Restricted stock units (RSUs)—a contractual right to receive company shares or an equivalent cash payment at some point in the future—are an increasingly popular form of equity award offered by companies of all shapes and sizes. Companies are shifting to RSUs because they are administratively convenient, are easy for

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business continuity instructions

Death Can Ruin Your Plans

Posted on October 16, 2018

Imagine building your business over several decades, beginning to plan your business exit, then dying unexpectedly before you can implement your plans. Business owners rarely think about how an unexpected death or permanent incapacitation can derail even the most carefully created plans. And it makes sense: If you were always worried about what could go

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