Working with a financial advisor is not just about retirement planning. It's a process that brings your Life (with a capital "L") into focus, and assists you in creating a manageable financial plan that balances the Life you want to live now with the Life you want to live in five years, twenty years, and on into retirement.
There's No Time Like The Present
The longer you wait, the harder it is to unwind the spending clock and recapture cash that could have been put to better use via savings, vacation and college fund planning, or charting the course to a comfortable retirement.
Unleash the Potential of Compound Interest
You may remember high school economics teachers telling you about compound interest and how "if you put $100 a month into a mutual fund starting at age 18, you'll be a millionaire when you retire."
While being a millionaire sounded magical, it was a difficult concept to grasp at 16 or 18 years of age. It can be equally difficult to reflect upon when you're 40 and haven't yet saved a penny for retirement. It's a heart-stopping moment when you realize how much of that magical compound interest you've missed out on already.
The sooner you meet with a financial advisor, the sooner those elusive financial dreams can become concrete realities.
Take the Long View
It's easy to keep your nose to the grindstone once you've bought a house, started a family, and have been swept away by life's daily demands. However, meeting with a financial advisor provides a peaceful, focused space where you can sit down, evaluate life as you know it, and begin to take the long view in order to find a more holistic approach to your household's financial health.
Continue Your Financial Education
Finally, a financial advisor serves as an educator and facilitator, illuminating the perks of savvy tax and estate planning while simultaneously providing you with support you need to make sound decisions about your future, as well as the futures of the ones you love.
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