As the go-to investment option for most companies and their employees, 401(k) plans provide many benefits to plan participants, including deferment of taxes, the likelihood of an employer match, and a high maximum allowable for annual contributions. But for those that are self-employed, or whose employer does not offer a 401(k), a traditional or Roth IRA is an option.
We realize that one firm cannot be all things to all people without suffering from mediocrity across the board. That is why we specialize in just two areas (and still do not get enough sleep). Comprehensive retirement planning and wealth management.
Comprehensive retirement planning means we are independent, fee-based advisors that prepare and plan for the two distinct phases of retirement.
Read more about our strategy when it comes to constructing portfolios.