Our clients are a diverse group ranging from individuals and families to businesses. We recognize the differences in the lives and business of our clients and we are committed to providing personal financial guidance.
We are well-versed in the singular challenges faced by endowments and nonprofits, and understand the responsibilities required to manage significant assets, while adhering to your organization’s mandate. We also understand the importance of your work and your desire to uphold your foundation’s mission in the years to come.
As a healthcare professional, you’ll need personal and professional financial guidance as you build and grow your career. You’ve worked hard to care for others, as have we. We understand your unique needs to protect against liabilities and other risks; preserve your assets from excessive taxes; mitigate the effects of healthcare cutbacks; manage education debt and, finally, pursue financial independence. You also have other priorities to save for – a home, a family, retirement – while facing healthcare reform, rising malpractice premiums and reduced insurance payouts. We understand the unique financial issues you face and why it’s more important than ever to make smart financial decisions now to prepare for the future.
Nonprofit organizations require financial stability, supported by a reliable portfolio and consistent returns, to fund their mission over the long term. Our team has experience supporting values-driven business models for nonprofits, endowments and foundations, and we make it our mission to further the financial goals of our clients as best we can.
With retirees living longer, more active lives, it’s essential for your retirement plan to work for you, helping you enjoy the life you’ve envisioned while also mitigating risk that could make your nest egg vulnerable. We help pre-retirees and retirees overcome the challenges of such a profound lifestyle change.
While all women are unique, many face similar challenges such as time away from careers to care for family or aging parents, the likelihood of marrying later in life or finding yourself suddenly single from a divorce or outliving your spouse or partner. How you approach these things may be different. Doesn’t it make sense to be as educated and involved as possible when it comes to your finances? We think so.