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Meeting Documents

Financial Objectives Survey

The following is a list of general financial objectives. Please rank them in order of importance to you. Spouses can assign separate numbers. (Number 1 being highest priority and 10 the lowest).

_____  Review/develop an overall investment plan

_____  Reduce taxes

_____  Enjoy a comfortable retirement

_____  Take care of the family in the event of a death

_____  Provide college education funds for children/grandchildren

_____  Income during a period of long-term disability or long-term care

_____  Review/develop an estate plan

_____  Maintain/improve your standard of living

_____  Maximize employer-provided benefits

_____  Charitable Planning

 

Documents Needed For Financial Planning – Married

The following documents will be needed for the purpose of discussion, study and analysis. It is understood that this material will be treated confidentially.

  • Most Recent Payroll/Pension Stub:
    • Self
    • Spouse
  • Income Tax Returns for the last 2 years:
    • Self
    • Spouse
  • Personal Employment Benefit Statements:
    • Your Employer
    • Spouse’s Employer
  • Company Benefit Plan Booklets (Group Benefits & Pension Plans):
    • Your Employer
    • Spouse’s Employer
  • Wills, Powers of Attorney for Financial Assets and Health Care, Living Wills:
    • Self
    • Spouse
  • Trust Documents/Arrangements:
    • Self
    • Spouse
  • Business Arrangements:
    • Buy/Sell
    • Deferred Compensation
    • Stock Option/Bonus Plan
  • Insurance & Annuity Policies:
    • Life Insurance – annual statement
    • Health Insurance – deductible, co-pay, annual and lifetime maximum limits, HSA account balance
    • Long-Term Care Insurance – Schedule of Benefits
    • Disability Income Insurance – Schedule of Benefits
    • Liability limits on home, car, and any umbrella coverage
  • Year-end Mortgage Statement(s)
  • Current Bank statements
  • Current Social Security statements – you can obtain on their website: www.ssa.gov/myaccount
  • Current IRA, Retirement Plan statements
  • Current Investment statements (including basis information)
  • Current Financial and Balance Sheet statement
  • List of real estate values and liabilities

 

Documents Needed For Financial Planning – Single

The following documents will be needed for the purpose of discussion, study and analysis. It is understood that this material will be treated confidentially.

  • Most Recent Payroll/Pension Stub
  • Income Tax Returns for the last 2 years:
    • Personal Employment Benefit Statement
  • Wills, Powers of Attorney for Financial Assets and Health Care, Living Wills:
    • Trust Documents and Arrangements
  • Business Arrangements:
    • Buy/Sell
    • Deferred Compensation
    • Stock Option/Bonus Plan
  • Insurance & Annuity Policies:
    • Life Insurance – annual statement
    • Health Insurance – deductible, co-pay, annual and lifetime maximum limits, HSA account
    • Long-Term Care Insurance – benefit schedule
    • Disability Income Insurance – benefit schedule
    • Liability limits on home and car and any umbrella coverage
  • Year-end Mortgage Statement
  • Current Bank statements
  • Current Social Security statement – you can obtain on their website: www.ssa.gov/myaccount
  • Current IRA, Retirement Plan statements
  • Current Investment statements (including basis information)
  • Current Financial and Balance Sheet statements
  • List of real estate values and liabilities