Once you’ve decided it’s time to get some professional financial help, you may be asking yourself: “Which type of financial professional is best for me?” From a financial advisor to an investment advisor to a wealth advisor, it’s helpful to know the differences between each category of financial experts before committing to a long-term engagement.
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Addressing the wealth management process, the types of wealth management professionals, and investment philosophies, this whitepaper serves as the ultimate resource for high net worth individuals or families seeking wealth management. The Wealth Management Guide for High Net Worth Individuals and Families To learn more about our wealth management process, go to www.smithbrueradvisors.com.
Retirement raises a lot of questions and concerns for many folks. How much money do I need? When should I start saving? As featured in the New York Times, René Bruer eases your concerns and answers these questions.
by Steve Hiraga West Virginia teachers recently ended a 9-day strike in exchange for a 5% pay raise. Average salary of those teachers was $45,622 in 2016, ranked 48th in the US. Based on those rankings they would now pass Kansas to take over the 42nd spot. Did they miss an opportunity to hold out
by George M. Smith One great thing about America that we see over and over again is the comradery, community and self-sacrifice during and after disasters and traumatizing situations. Just this year alone we’ve seen this played out countless times during hurricanes Harvey and Irma, the Las Vegas shooting, and the California fires. From these