Elements of a Comprehensive Financial Plan
Summit's approach for successful clients involves the development of a comprehensive financial plan that takes into account the client's complete financial picture, including all real and financial assets, liabilities, insurance policies and business interests as well as his or her family situation, risk tolerance, personal priorities, and business and financial goals.
We consider all of the key elements that you have put in place, identify gaps and potential issues, and then develop integrated planning strategies that address the financial challenges you face. Our clients simply cannot afford a unilateral, non-diversified or piecemeal approach to their financial future.
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to learn about some of the key elements of comprehensive financial planning.
"We recognize the complex relationships between businesses and the men and women who run them. Before we can make any intelligent and thoughtful recommendations, we take time to learn about our clients' personal and financial objectives.
We carefully examine their entire financial picture. We delve into a wide range of issues, estate objective, business continuity plans, fringe benefits, retirement plans, tax liabilities, philanthropic goals, cash flow and more.
A Comprehensive Financial Plan is where all of these factors intersect. Everything flows from this plan."
Bert McNeer, JD, CPA
Summit Financial Resources, Inc.