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We've hand-picked the securities to invest in. Leave the account management up to us. We focus on diverse asset allocation and low expense ratios to save you money in the long run.

Diversify

Portfolios diversified across various asset allocations to match your life and your financial needs. We’ve selected a diverse array of securities to help manage your risk.

Optimize

Over time taxes transaction fees erode performance. Our portfolios are optimized to reduce transaction fees and capital gains taxes, saving you in the long term.

Asset Allocation

Asset Allocation allows us to find the perfect balance between risk and return in our clients’ portfolios. Utilizing each individual’s investment goals, personal values, risk profile, and investment time frame we can create an asset allocation tailored to each individual. Asset Allocation allows every portfolio to achieve the perfect ratio of different types of assets to create a portfolio that fits each and every family or individual. With experience and research, our advisors create asset allocations to match your values, beliefs, and financial needs.

Every portfolio starts out as a blank page upon which we hand-pick securities and construct the asset allocation to match. Each portfolio requires a risk profile that is unique to the investor.

Portfolio Analysis

Comprehensive portfolio analysis takes into account more than just your investments and retirement accounts. Through in-depth portfolio analysis we provide information, advice, and research for your entire estate, not just your investments. We pride ourselves in helping our clients think through any life decision that may alter or affect your wealth. By aggregating your entire portfolio we can adjust our investment decisions to be tailored to your needs as presented in your full estate.

With our client-facing software you can take control of your investments, or leave the control to us to watch & follow along. Simple drag & drop tools allow portfolio analysis and rebalancing at the click of a button, saving both time & money.

Automatic Rebalancing

Overweight portfolios can lead to sub-optimal returns and risk out of line with investor profiles. Our automated rebalancing offers you peace of mind, knowing that your investments are being optimized for you. 

Tax savings Can add up

 For an account that receives $1000 in annual deposits and grows an average of 7 percent a year, a 20 percent tax on profits will reduce its total value by 6 percent after 10 years. After 30 years, taxes will have reduced its value by almost 22 percent. By 40 years, nearly 30 percent of value has been lost.

Tax Efficiency

Selling securities at the wrong time can force you to pay unwanted taxes. Our tax efficient portfolios allow you to only pay taxes when you have to. Too often automated portfolios sell based on portfolio weighting without taking into account the tax implications. Our advisors can work with your individual portfolio to ensure you aren't paying taxes that you don’t have to.

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