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What to Bring to a Financial Review

Information that helps in creating a financial plan or portfolio plan is shown below. You don’t have to bring all of the documents for the initial meeting, as long as you have a fairly good idea of the information in order to begin an intial outline of the plan. Actual documents can be provided when we are ready to create a specific plan or portfolio to meet your needs and expectations. Other helpful information includes: current income, hobbies, short-term and long-term goals, philosophy on money, groups you belong to, expected changes in family situation, health concerns, retirement expectations, plans for creating additional income, etc.

Recommended Documents

  • Bank Statements
  • Pay Stubs
  • Check Registers
  • Credit Card Balances
  • Mortgage or Loan Payment Books
  • List of Liabilities
  • Completed Expense Worksheet
  • Wills, Trusts, Healthcare Powers of Attorney, Health Care Proxy or Other Powers of Attorney
  • Business Agreements
  • Retirement Accounts ( IRA, 401k, 403b, pensions etc) Statements
  • Social Security Statements
  • Listing of Available Investment Options in Investment and Retirement Accounts
  • Stock Options
  • Homeowner and Automobile Declaration Pages
  • Life, Disability or Long Term Care Insurance Polices
  • Business Liability, Director and Officer Insurance Policies
  • Tax Estimate for Next Return (e.g., Deductions, Credits, etc.)
  • List of Employee Benefits