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Whats Needed to Get Started

When engaging in financial planning, we recommend that you provide the following financial information:

Personal Files

  • Cash Flow Worksheet
  • Income Tax Returns for the previous two years
  • Trust Agreements
  • Wills and Powers of Attorney for healthcare and financial decisions
  • Social Security Benefit Statement if available (found at SSA.gov)

Employment Information

  • Two most recent paystubs
  • Employee Benefits Booklets (a PDF of benefits works great)
  • Retirement Savings Plans

Banking & Savings

  • Checking Account Statements
  • Savings Account Statements
  • Loan Documents including Mortgage
  • Credit Card Statements and any liabilities with balances held over one month

Investments

  • Latest Monthly or Quarterly Statements

Insurance Information

  • Latest Life Insurance Policy and Annuity Account Statements 
  • Health Insurance/Hospital & Major Medical Policy
  • Disability Income Insurance Policy
  • Property & Casualty Policy
  • Long-Term Care Policy

Business

  • Business Income Tax Returns
  • Buy-sell agreement details
  • Stock / Options / Bonus Plans

Our first priority is helping you take care of yourself and your family. We want to learn more about your personal situation, identify your dreams and goals, and understand your tolerance for risk. Long-term relationships that encourage open and honest communication have been the cornerstone of my foundation of success.

We also take confidentiality and security of client information very seriously. If documents are being sent electronically we ask for you to request a secure email to attach anything to. 

The first step to engage in financial planning is to schedule a "Get Acquainted" meeting (call or Zoom works well too) so we can learn about your goals and expectations and determine if there if a good fit for what you're looking for and what we can do for you. 

(09/20)

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