One stop. Many aspects of planning.
Preparing for retirement should create excitement, not concern, this should be the next chapter of your life. Yet for many, that’s not necessarily the case.
Too often people don't have a comprehensive plan for their futures. Many of the people who come to our offices have done a good job gathering financial assets, various investments, they have saved and sacrificed to collect what they have today, but usually these assets are not organized or coordinated as part of an overall strategy.
According to a recent study, 60 percent of pre-retirees do not have a plan for how much money they will spend each year in retirement and where that money will come from.1 Additionally, three in four Americans are concerned about economic conditions affecting their ability to have a secure retirement.2
That’s where we come in.
We take a holistic planning approach to everything we do. Holistic by definition means "Characterized by comprehension of the parts of something as intimately interconnected and explicable only by reference to the whole."
Therefore when doing a plan we feel you have to look at all aspects in relation to each other in order to make the plan complete. We review everything from goals in retirement, income needs, social security maximization, tax-efficiency, asset preservation, wealth management, insurance options, healthcare, Medicare, estate planning — we’ll cover as many bases as possible to help you create a strategy that supports your retirement lifestyle and long-term financial goals.
At Retirement Prosperity Group and Prosperity Advisers LLC, we offer these products and services:
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Once we understand your financial situation, risk tolerance and investment objectives, we can help you decide which types of products and services fit within your financial strategy. We do this through a detailed education process so that you understand your options and are making informed decisions.
2The National Institute on Retirement Security. February 2017. “Retirement Security 2017: A Roadmap for Policy Makers – Americans’ Views of the Retirement Crisis and Solutions.” Accessed Jan. 30, 2018.