Creating the Plan

Creating a plan that’s right for you

As Financial Advisors and Portfolio Managers, we begin our process by asking questions to get a complete picture of your financial situation so we know how to address and prioritise your needs.

This open dialogue will lay the groundwork for building a comprehensive plan that is optimised for: accelerating your savings, minimising your taxes, protecting your assets, and increasing your investments.

Step 1: Gathering and assessing information about your current financial situation

Step 2: Designing a plan that’s right for you

Our team will review the various components of a holistic financial strategy and begin to create an individually tailored plan that is right for you. This includes:

Step 3: Presenting the plan to you and establishing alignment

Once the plan we’ve crafted for you is complete, we will walk you through your financial plan in detail to ensure that you understand the big picture, how the plan aims to achieve your financial objectives, and what is required of you to stay the course. It is also during this time that we would also like to discuss how often we communicate and review and revise the plan to account for changes in your personal life, professional life, or within the markets.

 

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