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Whether your financial planning goals include investment management, tax reduction, retirement readiness, business analysis, risk management, estate planning, education savings, or philanthropy, our experienced financial advisors help clients put the pieces of their financial puzzle together.
With a combined total of 100 years of experience, our financial advisors provide clients with custom tailored financial planning solutions.
At every life stage we are a partner who helps you plan for accumulation, protect what you’ve worked hard for, and pass a legacy on to the next generation.
By delivering fee-based advice, you can be confident our financial advisors and professional team won't surprise you with commissions or hidden fees.
To accomplish this, we apply a financial planning process which forms a single foundation from which seven pillars of success are managed. These seven pillars form a clear image of the value we bring to clients as their lives evolve.View Pillars
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Presented by Ben Murphy, CPA, PFS™: Are you worried about the rising cost of education? 529 plans can be powerful college savings tools when you understand how to take full advantage of them. Start with the Basics 529 plans are tax-advantaged college savings plans sponsored by a state or state agency, and there are twoRead more
Presented by Dean Elliott: Although commonly associated with multimillion-dollar offshore trusts, asset protection planning takes many forms and may be in your best interest. It starts with building a foundation of protection and may progress to more complex strategies. 3 Principles of Asset Protection The three fundamental principles of asset protection—and the key factors thatRead more
Presented By Tom Kennedy, CFP®: There are many misconceptions about taxes and social security benefits. A common one concerns how much of the benefit will be lost to taxes. Generally, social security benefits are taxable only if you earned income, such as from wages or investments after retirement, in addition to your benefits. Understanding whenRead more