Where are you getting your financial advice? Newspapers? Magazines? Websites? Cable TV? While the financial media often provide helpful information, they cannot take the place of a Financial Advisor who works to learn your particular situation and can offer personalized advice.

It is a common practice to seek out expert advice to ensure your health and longevity. As part of that practice, you regularly visit a doctor who evaluates your specific concerns as it relates to your family history, lifestyle, and age. You look to your doctor to help you sort through the misinformation you hear from the media and educate you about the best nutrition, exercise, or medical treatments to achieve health goals that make sense for you today and tomorrow.

A trusted Financial Advisor provides the same service to help ensure your financial health and longevity by working with you in a comprehensive approach that adapts to your evolving needs and goals to meet your financial objectives.

Protection planning – to determine if you, your family, and/or your business is properly protected from premature death, disability, or a long-term care event.

Retirement planning – to educate you about the importance of saving for retirement and the solutions available to help achieve your retirement goals.

Investment planning – to help you achieve your short and long term financial goals by customizing solutions based on individual goals, risk tolerance, and investment time horizon.

Estate planning – to discuss steps and planning documents you should consider to ensure that your family and financial goals are addressed during your life, if incapacitated, and after your death.