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Our clients choose Smallwood Wealth because they have reached a level of financial success that they know they need assistance in managing. They want a big picture approach to wealth management, looking at all the aspects of their plan.
Current financial circumstances are unique to each individual. Our collaborative approach organizes your financial assets and strategy to help you make sense of what you own; and more importantly, how financial pressure can impact your wealth and its potential.
Our goal is to help you develop financial strategies that attempt to reduce risk and taxes, accumulate more wealth, enhance retirement income, and pass more assets on to your family. Our focus is completely on you and your financial goals.
Financial Planning -The Big Picture
The Wealth Curve Process Overview
The Smallwood Wealth Investment Management Process follows five main steps. The first step, The Wealth Curve Conversation, is a holistic approach and an in-depth discovery of your lifestyle, your financial situation, your risks, and your goals. We aggregate all the aspects of your current financial plan into one big picture, called The Wealth Curve Blueprint. It will show you the opportunities and deficiencies of your current plan. We move onto step three which is The Wealth Curve Score Card. This score card is a powerful visual tool that highlights where your plan is strong and where it needs some attention. For example, "How will my plan change at X if I adjust Y?" In step four, we will run The Wealth Curve Simulation. Here we analyze your plan to show under which real-life scenarios your plan will perform strongly, and in which scenarios your plan will perform weakly. In essence, this is a stress-test of your plan. The final step is The Wealth Curve Implementation. After carefully analyzing, simulating, and creating adjustments to your plan, it is now time to put it into action.