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Building a Strong Foundation to Achieve Your Goals
Have you ever wondered if you’re on the right path and if you’re on a solid financial foundation?
In order to connect you to where you want to be, we need to learn about you. We want to identify your goals, quantify what it will take to achieve them and develop your personal plan and portfolio design to get you there.
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Topic: Estate Planning 101
Protecting those you love with peace of mind
Thursday, March 5, 2020
Presenter: Erin McNamara
Seating & Lunch: 11:45am
Presentation Start time: 12 noon sharp
Length: 45 minutes
Q&A time: 15 minutes
Seating: limited to 14
Location: CrossPoint Financial Offices
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Risk Tolerance Assessment
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Will & Estate Planning
Estate planning normally comes near the end of our planning process unless someone doesn’t have a Will and then it’s important to have one done. Whether you have a Will or not, this questionnaire guides you through all the important items you need to consider and allows you to better prepared for time with the lawyer.
Key to Finding a Financial Planning Partner
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- Is my advisor a discretionary portfolio manager?
- Are the interests of my advisor aligned with my own?
- What are my advisors’ credentials?
- Besides managing money, what else does my advisor do for me?
Answers to these questions are key to finding a financial planning partner that is the right fit for you.
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