Financial planning can be overwhelming and if you’re not confident with your financial situation, or if you just want to make sure you’re doing everything efficiently, it might be time to contact an investment advisor at a firm like Morgan Rosel.
Below are a few examples of when it might be time to consult a financial advisor.
1. Gaining a Large Sum of Money at Once or in a Short Amount of Time
Have you just sold your business? Did you recently gain an inheritance? Have you sold a piece of real estate? If you’ve recently come into a large sum of money, it could be intimidating to not know exactly what to do next. A financial investment advisor is trained to help make sure you get the most return while preserving capital. They evaluate your current financial situation and provide investment options depending on your specific needs. A good financial investment advisor will develop a strategy with the objective of achieving your long- and short-term goals while working to preserve and protect your newly gained wealth.
2. Concerns With or Getting Close to Retirement
It seems the older you get, the more complex your wealth management strategy gets regardless of any major life changes. Earning more money, contributing to a 401(K) or an HSA, dividing your assets for a will, putting money in a college fund, the list goes on. Managing all these things can easily start to become too much and you might start feeling like you need a wealth advisor to offer advice and help you stay on track. If you’re starting to feel this way or have been feeling like this for a while, it might be time to contact a financial advisor at Morgan Rosel. Wealth advisors can take the pressure off of you and provide professional advice backed by years of experience.
3. Interested in Real Estate Investing or Alternative Investments Like Private Equity
Have you been interested in investments outside traditional stocks and bonds? Maybe you’re looking to invest in real estate, or maybe you’ve built a real estate portfolio already. When it comes to real estate investing and alternative investments, it can be incredibly valuable to have access to advice from experienced wealth advisors. With alternative investments, there is a lot to consider. For example, with real estate you need to consider property taxes, rent collection, real estate transfer taxes, cap rates, and deciding the best time to buy or sell. A Morgan Rosel financial advisor is a valuable resource for real estate investing and even private equity. Our investment managers have years of experience and are able to provide advice regarding any questions you have.
Of course, these are not the only times you should consult a financial advisor and an investment management firm. When you really think about it, there is an unlimited number of situations that require financial guidance, and a Morgan Rosel wealth advisor can help you through it all. So, if you’re feeling overwhelmed or just want someone to point you in the right direction, the trusted financial advisors and CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNERSTM at Morgan Rosel Wealth Management are here to help.
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