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FINANCIAL PLANNING DATA COLLECTION

Having complete and accurate financial information helps us to better analyze your individual economic situation for solutions.

If partaking in the financial planning process, receiving copies of the following financial data would be of great help prior to us beginning your analysis. But, please don’t worry if some of these items don’t apply to you at this time.

  1. Tax Returns (Past 2-years)

  2. Recent Pay-stub(s)

  3. Assets (most recent statements)

    • Bank accounts (Checking / Savings)
    • Any retirement plans
      • Traditional / Roth IRAs
      • SIMPLE IRA
      • Individual 401(k)
      • 401(k), 403(b)
      • Profit Sharing Plans
      • Pensions
      • TSAs
    • Investment Account statements from trust companies, brokers, investment companies and banks (Mutual funds, Stocks, Bonds, etc.)
    • Annuities
    • Certificate of Deposits
  4. Insurance Policies (recent statements and the policies themselves)

    • Life insurance
    • Long-term care
    • Disability
    • Health
  5. Employee Benefit Package

    • Group Health Plans
    • Group Life, Vision, Dental, Disability Policies
    • Bonus Programs
  6. Estate Planning Documents

    • Durable Power of Attorney
    • Advanced Medical Directives
    • Will
    • Letter of Instruction
    • Living Trusts
  7. Beneficiary Information for Insurances & Asset Accounts

  8. Liabilities

    • Mortgage(s)
    • Equity Lines of Credit
    • Credit card information
    • Any outstanding loans
  9. Budget of personal and living expenses. Possible categories might include

    • Housing
    • Transportation
    • Food & Beverages
    • Child Care
    • Clothing
    • Furnishings
    • Personal Care
    • Miscellaneous Cash
    • Medical / Dental / RX
    • Education / Self-Improvement
    • Entertainment
    • Vacations / Holidays
    • Charitable Contributions
    • Other Expenses
  10. Social Security statements.

    If you don’t have a social security statement, you can run a quick estimate of your social security benefits by accessing this link: www.ssa.gov/estimator/
  11. Anything else that you think we should be aware of



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