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Financial Planning

Our certified financial planners (CFP®s) work with you on a comprehensive view of your life, your objectives and the secondary factors that go into life planning. What this means to you is help with personal decision making and putting a date on things. We help you manage your finances and investments, while taking into consideration tax planning, professional moves, kids, retirement, healthcare and other important priorities. As a fee-only financial planning firm, we embody the fiduciary standard of always acting in your best interest at all times.

Financial Planning: What it Means to You

Financial planning is about preserving your financial security and anticipating expenses you might expect. It is setting a savings and spending plan for lifestyle changes that might require adjustment. We get to know your entire financial life by listening to you and providing a comfortable forum to ask questions. We assess your financial situation and objectives by analyzing assets, liabilities, insurance, cash flow, income, taxes and investments. A truly comprehensive process requires you to provide a number of personal documents (see our checklist) for our team to review, research, and incorporate into your overall plan.

The Real Benefit to You

Anyone can call themselves a financial advisor. Your role is to inquire about their credentials, experience and educational background, as well as services offered. Look for an advisor who is a “fiduciary” and has proven experience in comprehensive financial planning disciplines such as retirement planning, investments, tax planning, estate planning, insurance, college planning, and risk management. Determine what qualifies the advisor to offer financial planning advice and whether he or she holds any professional designations.

Total Wealth Planning provides an array of financial planning services. When you work with Total Wealth Planning, you’ve found a true partnership – serving and advising you at each critical stage in life.

It can be difficult enough to get where you’re going with a plan. But it’s nearly impossible to reach your goals without one.

Develop a four-year college planning checklist

Manage risk with life, long term care, disability Insurance, property and casualty.

Strategy for planning and the right vehicles.

Assets, income, capital gains and more.

Manage and preserve your assets for later distribution.

Determine how long to work and when to retire to continue your lifestyle