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Through the Key Approach, our 4-step process, we’ll address and plan for every part of your finances and life:
The portfolio management process is goals based and personalized. We focus on reviewing your current portfolio assets and adjusting to fit your risk tolerance, objectives and needs.
Generational Wealth Planning
We will determine a plan to continue building wealth & assets while balancing your personal goals with your legacy aspirations. We incorporate multigenerational and financial literacy strategies into our planning conversations for children, grandchildren and other special women in your life.
Tax planning involves looking for ways to proactively reduce your tax liability. We also will work closely with your CPA to carry out all strategies.
Our Strategic Alliances Help You Thrive
Cultivating a network of professional women (attorneys, accountants, therapists, physicians, and life coaches) to collaborate with our team is a key component of planning.
As we guide you through our process, members of our network thoughtfully guide you on the emotional and often complicated challenges of life transitions, including divorce, death of a spouse or parent, marriage, or inheritance. Partnering with professionals who share the same values as Women’s Worth Advisors creates a safe environment for clients to rebuild, mitigate fears, and forge new paths.
Merging Lives and Finances
Discover How to Successfully Manage Money As a Married a Couple
Conversations with your fiance about finances can prevent major issues down the road.
Tying the knot with the one you love is exciting, but it comes with new questions and challenges to navigate. Understanding how, and if, you plan to combine your finances and deal with money as a couple can help avoid relationship problems while creating both relational and financial success.
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Long-Term Care ~ A Women’s Issue
Learn About Financial Planning for the Caregiver in Need of Care
Do not let your long-term care planning extinguish your finances.
Statistics show that as women age, they are generally less prepared for a long-term care event than men. Mothers, wives, sisters, nieces, daughters and aunts are counted on to be caregivers when family and friends require care. But when the caregiver requires care, who is there for her? And does she have a strategy in place, including financial resources?
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Make the most of your journey.
Let’s plan financially for the life you aspire to live.