Based in Keene, New Hampshire we offer clients from the Monadnock region and across the eastern seaboard comprehensive wealth planning and investment strategies catering to individual, family, and multigenerational investors.
Most of our clients wish to include their families in their financial goals, decisions, and strategies. Many even want their family members’ input when determining what short-and-long term steps to take.
At our client’s request, we often have conversations with their families on considerations like where to live, and passing wealth to the next generation responsibly.
We can provide advocacy, guidance, and to a degree help mediate solutions when conflicts arise from decisions about passing wealth.
As our partnership with our clients strengthens and grows, we often find clients turning to us for advice and support on everything from buying a car, to conversations around the sudden death of a loved one. We’re always happy to provide appropriate support and guidance.
As financial advisors, we develop and maintain a Personal Financial Organizer (PFO) for our clients. The PFO helps to balance their goals and objectives with other essentials.
By using a well-constructed PFO, our clients follow a carefully considered and disciplined approach to financial planning that addresses issues such as; their safety net, debt management, tax planning, educational planning, retirement planning, legacy planning, and investment strategy.
The PFO is designed to encompass every aspect of the personal financial planning process. It clearly and concisely identifies the constraints and opportunities of our clients’ current financial situation, while also focusing on their goals and objectives. As a result, their financial plan attends to their short-term needs without losing sight of their long-term goals.
With Liana as our Managing Director, we’ve found many women come to trust us as financial advisors that understand issues and points of view that may be particularly important to them.
Women often face similar challenges and need to make decisions about finances, investments and estate planing.
Some common issues include:
- Time away from careers to provide care for other family members like children, or elderly parents.
- Marrying later in life
- Outliving a spouce or partner
It's good practice to plan ahead for future life-changing events, or deal with them when they occur in an informed, pragmatic way.
We can help you cope with current issues and develop a financial plan that can help you achieve your future goals.