Investment Management for the Partial or Full RetireeClick on this for explanation of Investment Management for the Partial or Full Retiree
Your investment assets are providing retirement income but you continue to have questions about those assets. Do you have the right mix of bonds, stocks, and alternative strategies? Are your income needs being met? Is your withdrawal rate sustainable? Is there a way to lower taxes? Are you too conservative? Too aggressive?
GETTING ON TRACK
A great starting point is risk tolerance testing along with a review of your investment history and your current investment positions.
The asset allocation design process begins with our selection of an appropriate blend of asset categories (e.g. stocks, bonds, alternative strategies), a time tested (since 1991) probability study to test the allocation blend, and then, the investment selection process for both 401(k) choices and non-retirement assets. Our objective advice and asset selection is free from sales commissions and proprietary products.
We then monitor your portfolio, re-balance to your target blend, when needed, maintain tax sensitivity, and communicate with you during scheduled calls and meetings.
That’s it! Our investment management process is efficient, needs-based, and focused on relieving you of the uncertainty of your current portfolio.
Retirement Planning for the Partial or Full RetireeClick on this for explanation of Retirement Planning for the Partial or Full Retiree
You are either partially or fully retired, living comfortably, but you question if your financial situation, and more specifically, your retirement income, is being maximized – both now and for the future. Is it time to re-visit and take a fresh look at your retirement income needs/wants, your investment mix of bonds, stocks, and alternative strategies, taxation, and perhaps, a changing tolerance for risk.
The OFM WEALTH retirement second opinion study examines the issues that you contemplate. Together, we’ll re-visit your goals, income sustainability, asset allocation blend, and tax strategies. In short, is the current plan the right plan for the future?
We have seen partial or full retirees spend too much or too little, and live with uncertainty. Our retired clients tell us “We don’t worry about this stuff anymore”. No need for you to worry either.
Estate Planning for the Partial or Full RetireeClick on this for explanation of Estate Planning for the Partial or Full Retiree
Many years ago, a retired client of ours was amending his current estate plan and said, “I wasted legal fees on this estate plan since I didn’t get to use it!”. Thankfully, you haven’t used yours either.
Life changes. The laws change. Relationships change. Estate plans need to change to reflect your current wishes.