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FINDING OPPORTUNITIES BEYOND YOUR WINDOW

OPENING YOUR WINDOWS OF OPPORTUNITY

Financial planning is about more than assets, investments and net worth. It’s about what you want to do with your money and why. It’s about identifying your concerns, expectations and goals and opportunities – it’s about how you feel and what you want. It’s then about creating a roadmap to address common fears and concerns such as college tuition costs, health care costs, outliving your money and the best time to file for Social Security benefits. The roadmap provides an interactive and dynamic confidence meter which can helps you gauge how likely you are to reach your goals and whether you are on track instead of focusing on headlines. It allows you to measure and weigh new opportunities that may compete with your already identified future goals.

WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO YOU DURING YOUR LIFETIME?

WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO YOU DURING YOUR LIFETIME?

Look into the window of your future. What do you see?

Rob, Christel and Rich use their creative problem-solving skills to help design income distribution strategies - strategies designed to help you potentially break free of financial worry. As financial professionals, they help you identify your goals and objectives, and then create strategies that help invest your assets in tax-advantaged investments that help preserve your wealth, seek to promote growth, and use concepts to create streams of income that can help last throughout your lifetime.

WHO WILL BENEFIT FROM YOUR FINANCIAL LEGACY AFTER YOU ARE GONE?

Look into the window of your legacy. What do you see?

Your estate can help your children buy their first home, help your grandchildren attend college, or endow your favorite charity. With Rob, Christel and Rich's help, you can decide where your money goes.

By designing asset-transfer strategies that can help you to bequeath your assets in a tax-advantaged way, Rob, Christel and Rich help you leave your estate to those people and organizations you want to help.

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