What to bring to my meeting

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It is key to have the right information and people with you during your meeting with your financial advisor. To start, I recommend bringing your spouse. Open and honest communication about your goals together is extremely important. 

I would suggest bringing your tablet or iPad as well as your usernames and passwords to your financial websites (bank, mortgage, investment accounts, credit cards, etc.). This is helpful when gathering up to date balances during the meeting. 

Most people overlook bringing their pay stubs and employer benefits statement. A simple pay stub can help tremendously in the data collection process. 

Finally, bring lots of questions. I look forward to meeting with you!

Personal Documents

  • Income Tax returns for previous two years, including W-2's and 1099's
  • Wills and Powers of Attorney for healthcare and financial decisions
  • Trust Agreements
  • Social Security benefit statement if available
  • Major asset purchase details
  • Cash Flow Worksheet

Employer Documents

  • Two most recent paystubs
  • Employee benefits booklets
  • Retirement savings plans available through employer
  • Pension plans

Bank/Credit Union Statements

  • Checking account statements
  • Savings / CDs / Money Market account statements
  • Loan documents including mortgage
  • Credit Card statements

Broker/Mutual Fund Statements

  • Latest monthly or quarterly statements for all active accounts

Insurance Policy Documents

  • Latest life insurance policy information 
  • Annuity account statements
  • Health insurance / hospital & major medical policy information
  • Disability income insurance policy information
  • Property & Casualty policy  information
  • Long-Term Care policy information

Business Files

  • Buy-Sell Agreements
  • Income tax returns
  • Deferred Compensation Agreements
  • Stock / Options / Bonus Plans
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