We utilize the following Wealth Management Plan to uncover your most important goals and to design and implement appropriate recommendations.
The complete Wealth Management Plan consists of three parts:
1. Investment Planning: includes an Investment Plan, and an Investment Proposal, which provides an overview of your profile, our consulting process, and our investment recommendations, and an Investment Policy Statement.
Together the Investment Plan, Investment Proposal and Investment Policy Statement will provide the foundation for your Wealth Management Plan. This plan gives us the ability to address a range of financial challenges you may be facing beyond your investments. Having a comprehensive Wealth Management Plan in place allows us to systematically manage all your financial concerns, which in turn increases our ability to help you pursue your most important financial goals.
This planning process serves as our framework, but it is only the beginning. To ensure that your family’s most important financial concerns are addressed as needed, we serve as your wealth advisor. If, during our Mutual Commitment Meeting, we both decide to work together, we will create The Financial Plan and The Advanced Plan.
2. Financial Plan: This is a comprehensive plan that looks at where you are today and where you want to go. It defines your short-term, intermediate-term, and long-term financial goals and how to pursue them. This plan includes your retirement planning goals, your major purchase planning goals, a review of your income and asset preservation, and “what if?” scenarios. Once the Financial Plan is in place, we address additional components of your financial picture.
3. Advanced Plan: In the advanced plan, we focus on four broad areas of your financial life:
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Investing involves risk, including possible loss of principal.
Luongo Wealth Management and LPL Financial do not provide legal advice or tax services. Please consult your legal advisor or tax advisor regarding your specific situation.
Asset allocation does not ensure a profit or protect against a loss.