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PERSONAL INSURANCE PLANNING: MINIMIZING RISK TO MAXIMIZE SECURITY

Every prudent financial plan begins with protection first.

Managing the risks that can threaten your financial well-being is every bit as important as saving and investing toward your goals. Selecting the right insurance is a critical element of any comprehensive financial plan. We use an “open architecture” approach to provide solutions from the country’s strongest and most trusted insurance companies. This approach allows us to use our training and experience to customize a plan with the carrier we feel best suits our client needs.

As your circumstances change, so do your needs. We review our clients’ entire portfolio regularly to help minimize risk and maximize security. 

Client Centered

Life Insurance: The foundation to a comprehensive financial strategy. 

At its core, life insurance helps to fulfill the promises made to your family or business by delivering a financial resource when it’s needed most:

  •  Income Replacement
  •  Estate Planning 
  • Asset Protection 
  • Liquidity 
  • Legacy Creation
Client Centered

Disability Income: A lot relies on your income – perhaps even more than you think. 

If the unexpected happens – you become too sick or hurt to work – would your savings or the disability benefits you receive through your employer be adequate? In order to maintain your standard of living, it is critical to protect your most important asset— your ability to earn an income. 

Individual disability income insurance helps preserve a portion of your income and provides financial protection if you become disabled for an extended period of time. 

  • Will replace your income with a monthly payment while unable to work. 
  • Can supplement existing group or individual disability benefit coverage.
  • Fully portable. You own the policy and can take it with you throughout your career. 
  • Benefits are usually tax free 
  • Flexible solutions for various income levels.

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