The Accumulator Plan is for people who are still accumulating for retirement, do not have complex planning needs, but would like a general overall review. The Accumulator Plan covers these areas of financial planning:
Financial & Retirement Goals
- Goal and lifestyle definition (retirement, education, travel, larger purchases, etc.)
- Accumulation and funding strategies
- "What If" planning scenarios with various plan testing
- Retirement cash flow
- Probability analysis (Monte Carlo)
- Stress testing
Assets & Investments
- Investment education and strategy
- Portfolio allocation and asset location
- Tax considerations
- Investment selection
- Review current tax exposure
- Current and future tax efficiencies
Cash & Debt Management
- Net worth and cash flow
- Mortgage and other debt analysis
- Emergency and short-term savings
- Review the following insurance coverage*:
- Long-term care
- Asset titling
- Beneficiary designations
Delivery of Service
The service usually consists of two meetings. Here's what you can expect:
- Meeting 1 - initial meeting
- You provide completed questionnaire, requested documents, service agreement and payment.
Planning / Presentation
- Meeting 2 - interactive session to assess financial and retirement goal planning and test various "what if" scenarios, review investment portfolio, review all other financial planning areas (insurance, taxes, etc.) and present initial written recommendations.
- Follow-up email with our final Recommended Action Checklist, which provides specific written recommendations and details out what needs to be completed and when, and provide link to online retirement plan.
- We're available for 30 days past the Presentation Meeting if you have questions about the plan or implementation.
- Ongoing clients (Investment Management clients) may contact us anytime for assistance or questions. Ongoing clients also receive a Progress Review 2-3 months out at no charge. This meeting is used to review your progress and make any necessary adjustments.
Over time, life and situations change. You may get a new job, become a grandparent, or decide to move to a different state. It is important to update your financial plan to account for your new life plan. We recommend that you update your plan every 12-18 months, or sooner if a major life event has occurred. Plan Update meetings can either be conducted in-person or via a web conference. Plan updates are charged at an hourly rate and usually take between 2-3 hours depending on your situation.