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What you value may be more important than what you own. To follow through on your commitments -- to yourself, your family, and your ideals -- you need to think ahead. A personalized estate plan is important in helping to protect your family and your legacy.
A well-constructed strategy can help address your specific estate planning needs including:
Minimizing income and estate taxes
Transferring wealth from one generation to the next
Developing charitable gifting strategies
Aligning existing portfolios and retirement accounts with your estate plan
The amount you will need in retirement depends on the age you plan to retire, your desired retirement lifestyle, how long you expect to live and the rate of return that you expect to earn on your investments. Social Security and employer-sponsored pension plans will probably provide less of what you will need than they did for your parents.
Consideration should be given to one or more of the following strategies when trying to maximize your retirement income:
Clearly prioritized retirement goals and objectives
Retirement at a later age
Spending less during retirement
Invest to earn a potentially higher rate of return on investments while still feeling comfortable with the level of risk involved
Liquidation of non-cash assets
Maximize contributions to qualified retirement plans
Invest in IRA
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You can now receive the same portfolio management services as many institutional investors-whether it is a separately managed account or a mutual fund wrap portfolio.
Some benefits of managed portfolios include:
Providing access to top-tier investment management professionals
Tailored portfolios to meet specific investment needs
Ownership of individual securities
Ease of pre-designed mutual fund portfolios
Every investor is unique, and investment advisory services provide you with professional investment advice and a personalized investment strategy. Whether you're seeking a tailored, professionally managed portfolio, or the convenience and simplicity of a diversified mutual fund wrap program, your investment choice should focus on meeting your financial goals. During this process, you should consider current and future growth objectives, income needs, time horizon and risk tolerance. These considerations form the blueprint for developing a portfolio management strategy. The process involves, but is not limited to, the following important stages.
Set investment objectives
Develop an asset allocation strategy
Evaluate/Select investment vehicle
Portfolio review -- Ongoing portfolio monitoring