A financial plan provides direction for saving, investing, risk management, asset protection, estate, and tax planning to help you maximize your current assets to achieve your goals. We believe that a financial plan is the mission critical link help you maximize your savings and investing efforts. Our goal throughout the process is to increase after tax and after cost portfolio growth and protect what you and your family have been working towards.
Over 14 years has gone into shaping our financial planning process, which helps identify your priorities, biases and goals in order to help understand your unique planning solution. The KROST Wealth Process
As your tax advisor, it is our duty to identify opportunities for you, as it relates to tax, to ensure your financial success. To accomplish that, we employ the Core 3 Process to systematically address key areas of focus to develop a comprehensive financial plan.
It all starts with tax.
Core 3 Process:
Over the years, we have refined and perfected a process to help our clients manage their most important and unique financial decisions and plans. We have bundled and named this process Core 3.
It focuses on the three main parts of our clients' financial lives:
Through this process, our clients come to understand exactly what is important to them, what resources are available, and the way to effectively deploy resources in the attainment of their goal.
Monthly Economic Updates
In this month’s recap: Stocks moved higher as investors looked past accelerating inflation and the Fed’s pivot on monetary policy.Presented by Philip Clark, CFP®, CPWA®, July 2021 U.S. Markets Stocks moved higher last month as investors looked past accelerating inflation and the Fed’s pivot on monetary policy. The Dow Jones Industrial Average slipped 0.07 percent, but … Read More
In this month’s recap: Stocks traded in a narrow range as technology and other high-valuation companies were under selling pressure.Presented by Philip Clark, CFP®, CPWA®, June 2021 U.S. Markets Stocks traded in a narrow range in May, with technology and other high-valuation companies under selling pressure. The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 1.93 percent while the … Read More
In this month’s recap: Stocks notched a solid gain, fueled by a succession of positive economic reports and a strong start to the first-quarter earnings season. Presented by Philip Clark, CFP®, CPWA®, May 2021 U.S. Markets A succession of robust economic reports and a healthy start to the corporate earnings season helped spark an April rally … Read More