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Focusing on the Path to a Brighter Future

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Jen and Sean are married with one young child named Noah. Both have steady jobs, but they have not done much previously in terms of financial planning for their growing family. Their initial goals include cash-flow optimization, building a retirement plan for possible early retirement, and planning and saving for their child’s future.

They have concerns that they are behind when it comes to planning for their future, getting their financial affairs in order, and making sure they do as much as they can to set Noah up for success.

 

That is where we come in! Jen and Sean would not be alone in feeling this way and it is never too late to begin getting your finances in order.


We will work with Jen and Sean to:

· Define and prioritize their goals

· Create and manage a household budget to optimize their cash-flow and goals

· Review investments to make sure they are best leveraging those for their retirement goals, as well as that they are properly invested according to their risk tolerance and time horizon.

· Ensure they have sufficient insurance coverage, either through work, private insurance, or a combination for their family’s needs.

· Maximize their employment benefits.

· Discuss their education funding goals for Noah and establish a plan to accomplish this.

· Review what they currently have with regards to an estate plan, if anything, and then aide in filling in the necessary gaps so they each feel comfortable knowing that there is a plan in place.

This is an example of how we have helped clients in a similar situation and for illustrative purposes, however the list does not end here. Each circumstance is different and will call for different action items, but what we most want you to take away is that we are here to help you and your family plan for the future and feel more financially secure!

We invite you to contact us using the form below for more information on putting a plan in place!

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