You wouldn’t build a house without a plan. Why should your investments be any different?
Having a financial plan is essential to pursuing your goals. That’s why we’re excited about our personal financial planning process, WealthMatch, which is designed to connect your financial decisions to the people and things that matter most in your life. WealthMatch is more than creating investment strategies. We take the time to learn about your needs and your goals so that we can help you live the best days of your life.
Watch this short video to learn how it works.
HOW IT WORKS
With your assistance, we analyze your income and expenses along with your assets and liabilities to create your current financial picture. WealthMatch makes it easy to review your objectives and helps you see what adjustments can be made to better pursue your long-term goals.
WealthMatch can help you create a more complete picture of your financial health by allowing you to connect items like your banking, mortgage and credit card activity to your investment information.
The benefit of WealthMatch is its ability to illustrate the potential impact of today’s financial decisions on your future wealth. Decisions such as keeping or downsizing your home, working longer or when you begin drawing on Social Security, can have a substantial impact on your long term finances. With WealthMatch, we can create scenarios to help you decide what financial decisions will help you to pursue your dreams.
Our DecisionCenter is one of the ways WealthMatch helps us illustrate how financial decisions and spending habits today could impact your plans for the future.
We are looking forward to starting a more collaborative and personal digital wealth-management experience. Please call our office if you would like to schedule an appointment to discuss how WealthMatch can work for you.
The charts provided are hypothetical examples and are intended for illustrative purposes only. Your results will vary. The hypothetical rates of return and balances used do not reflect any particular investment and do not reflect the deduction of fees and charges inherent with investing. Hypothetical variables include estimated values of reduced living expenses, withdrawal rates and cash flow.