Financial Planning

Many individuals confuse financial planning with general savings and investing advice. While how to save (and how much!), and where and when to invest those savings, is every bit important, prudent Financial Planning goes much beyond the realm of just saving and investing.


Retirement Planning

Long before retirement even hits our radars, we’re planning what type of education, skills training and professional designations we’ll acquire. We also spend a lot of time planning which industries are the best place to work in, and which employers to work for.


Investment Planning

While many of us don’t realize it, we are constantly engaged in subconscious acts of investment planning. We plan how we can best invest the limited time we have at our disposal.


Estate Planning

No plan is still a plan, the government plans for those who fail to plan for themselves it is called intestate. Intestancy means that strangers (the state, Lawyers or individuals that don’t have your best interests in mind) could determine what happens to your estate.


Debt Management

For many they want to get out of debt, however, they don’t know how to do it most effectively so they throw a little more money at each debt month to pay it off a little earlier.

Tax Planning

Would you rather pay taxes on the seed or the harvest?  There is actually no one correct answer to that question, this is where tax planning comes in.   Similar to planning that goes into living a happy and fruitful life, a well-planned tax strategy can yield great benefits.   


Social Security Planning

For many, Social Security is the largest source of guaranteed income they will receive during retirement. The wrong election can cost you hundreds of thousands of dollars of income during your retirement.