Saturday | August 7, 2021

It’s August! As families, individuals, and organizations, a lot of planning happens in August. Perhaps you are planning for a new school year. Or maybe your church is planning a fall kick-off event. So it is appropriate that during the month of August we will be focusing on the 8thstep on the Stewardship Well Done Journey – PLAN. Step 8 is about engaging a professional for financial planning and investment management. You have put so much time and effort into steps 1-7 and don’t want to lose any traction! Meeting with a financial planner can help you pull it all together. In addition to making sure your assets are invested wisely for your goals, they can help make sure you are on track for retirement, have planned adequately for loss of life or income, and address your unique questions and circumstances.


We often hear from clients that their financial planner has helped bring them comfort and peace of mind. They are grateful to have a professional on their financial team to help them “stay the course” and avoid making emotional decisions. They find freedom in having a holistic understanding of their financial life and how it affects those they love most.


We invite you to view the brief video above about PLANNING. If you are ready to engage with a financial planner, please contact us today!




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We believe that with effective counsel and financial management, each person can multiply the impact of the resources entrusted to their care. 


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