Without trust, there is no basis for relationship
Working with a financial advisor is a very personal relationship. And choosing who to work with is as important as choosing a doctor or lawyer. Before hiring us, or any Certified Financial Planner™ professional, we believe you should ask yourself:
- Do I trust this person’s Sincerity to act in my best interest?
- Do I trust this person’s Competence to act in my best interest?
- Do I trust this person’s Capacity to act in my best interest?
If you can confidently answer “yes” to each of these questions then you have the foundation for an effective advisory relationship.
Cultivating relationships of trust is our primary concern. Without these relations there is no possibility, and our business itself cannot exist.
Which is why we’ve chosen to work directly for our clients. While other advisors may be employed at Wall Street firms or contracted with insurance companies, we maintain our independence by working for you, and no other. Our allegiance is to our clients, and as Certified Financial Planner™ professionals and fiduciaries under the Investment Advisers Act of 1940, we are held to a standard of care that requires we act in your best interests.