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People often come to Bollin Wealth Management for guidance after experiencing a significant change in their financial situation. The change can be as simple as switching jobs and rolling over a 401(k)account into an IRA, or receiving an inheritance from a relative. Or the change can be a life-altering event such as the death of a spouse, a divorce, or planning for a newborn child’s college education.
While we are happy to guide people experiencing a significant change in their financial situation, we are able to provide the greatest value when people come to us for comprehensive financial planning. Through our consultative planning process, we guide clients through the iterative steps of defining and articulating their financial goals, developing and implementing the planning solution, and monitoring and reviewing progress towards reaching our clients’ financial goals.
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