Our Approach Our ApproachBefore we begin to give purpose and vision to your wealth strategy, it is essential for us to know your goals and the assets that you bring to the experience. We have you fill out a Wealth Planning Worksheet so that we can get a good picture of the hard work you have accomplished already. We then get to know you, your goals, and your desires. Together, we will create an action plan to provide a confident financial future for you and your family. At that point, you become part of our family and are invited to our breakfast and dinner events. We will develop a customized, personal Advanced Time Segmentation Strategy ™ and incorporate different estate planning tools as needed. We will then address the 13 Wealth Management Principles we have identified as being essential to a complete Wealth Management Strategy. We will work with our whole team to develop the sound strategy that your wealth deserves.Advanced Time Segmentation® (ATS)Advanced Time Segmentation® incorporates a segmented strategy that matches unique retirement income needs with time-segmented investments. This approach segments retirement assets into three categories. In the illustration below, the categories are based on the period of time in retirement when the assets are expected to generate income.Complete Wealth Management PrinciplesWe know that a full wealth strategy includes more than retirement income planning, which is why we incorporate 13 different wealth management principles that our firm has identified as essential to completing a robust wealth strategy. As we work through this list with our clients, we partner with their legal team and CPA’s, or get them in touch with our team, to make sure that nothing is missing. The 1. Create an Investment strategy. 13 Principles 2. Review and Provide Insurance. Of 3. Manage Liabilities. Complete 4. Set up a qualified Retirement Plan and/or IRA Distribution. Wealth 5. Select your Corporate Executive Stock Option. Management 6. Have a business Succession Plan. 7. Establish a durable Power of Attorney. 8. Determine gifting to Children, Descendents, or Others during life. 9. Select Charitable Gifting during life. 10. Esure proper Titling of Assets. 11. Name an Executor/Successor Trustee. 12. Create a Distribution Plan at death. 13. Select your Charitable Inclinations at death.