Planning Your Life beyond investments

We will devote our first meeting to learning about your financial situation, your goals and your needs. It is important to bring any documents that may help us understand your overall financial picture. This can save time and better assist us in developing your financial plan. Documents that would be helpful include:

Personal Assets and Investments

  • (Most recent statements or links to online records)
  • Checking account(s) – typical balance
  • Savings account(s)
  • Investments
  • Personal notes owed you by others
  • Stock options and stock purchase plan agreements
  • Other financial assets

Retirement Statements

  • Company Pension Plan statements
  • 401(k)/403(b) Plan statements
  • SEPs/SIMPLE/Keogh statements
  • IRA/Roth IRA statements
  • Social Security earnings and benefit estimate statement
  • Summary plan description from employer-provided benefits

Insurance and Annuities

  • Most recent statements or links to online records are preferred.
  • Life Insurance policies
  • Disability policies
  • Long Term Care policies
  • Annuities
  • Other policies

Tax Documents

  • Most recent income tax return
  • W-2 and recent pay stub
  • Estimated yearly taxes
  • Details of other regular income
  • Irregular income

Legal/Estate Planning Documents

  • Will
  • Trusts
  • Health Care Directive and Power of Attorney
  • Financial Power of Attorney

Business Related Documents

  • Partnership Agreement
  • Corporation/LLC Documents
  • Buy/Sell Agreements
  • Qualified Plans Documents