We are changing the way financial advice is given. We specialize in retainer based financial planning with no assets required to become clients. This is unique for the financial services industry and allows all asset platforms to be utilized to help a client reach their goals. Flat fee, annual retainer, with NO assets required to be managed by us. Sometimes where you have your money is where it might belong but that doesn't mean you don't need advice you can trust. Our clients like our CFP® lead planning and the no-conflict with product sales advice.
What's in it for me?
As you get more successful, life gets more complicated. Our mission is to make it simpler so you can focus on what's important to you.
What do High net worth retirees, working executives, and business owners want?
- integration of the advice of their various "experts"
- an accurate, real time dashboard of where they are.
- the information to make better decisions
- advice that is not tied to buying products
- a true, TRUSTED advisor
- their money in the "best place" without being forced to move it to a new advisor.
- sophisticated real world solutions for someone with their financial resources
- access to the programs and strategies that are suitable for them
- retainer based planning,
- flat fee, annual bill
- no push towards product based commissions
- no required assets to be managed.
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