Welcome to Asset Care and Protection Services
Personalized Life & Legacy Planning
We specialize in providing strategies and guidance for those who are seeking a better lifestyle in retirement.
There is no one “best place” to put your retirement money because each individual and couple has unique requirements, different tolerances for risk, and need their money at different times. Likewise, there is no one place to keep your money that fits everyone for exactly the same reasons. Your unique circumstances must be taken into consideration if you seek to find the “most favorable place” for your retirement money.
We have helped individuals and couples, at all economic levels, to achieve their financial and long-term goals and enjoy retirement by working hard and smart, and being ready for them when needed.
We’re very hopeful for an opportunity to discuss your retirement strategy so you can learn firsthand how we can be of benefit.
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7 Financial Blind Spots
Members of Ed Slott’s Elite IRA Advisor GroupSM train with Ed Slott and Company on a continuous basis, have completed requisite training, passed a background check, attend required workshops and complete mandatory exams. They are immediately notified of changes to the tax code and updates on retirement planning, so you can be sure your retirement dollars are safe from unnecessary taxes and fees.
I am a member of the Financial Strategies Network. Financial Strategies Network is a membership and partnership organization for financial service professionals who are willing to make an investment int ehir practice to gain access to highly qualified and time tested faculty of subject matter experts on insurance based wealth strategies. As a member I am committed to my education, training, and innovation.
I am a SOFA Instructor, we provide high quality financial education to help students understand their finances, and make better financial decisions for their retirement.
The Dodd-Frank act, which fundamentally changed Wall Street, formed a commission to better understand the level of financial literacy among American Consumers. The commission’s findings showed a startling lack of understanding of financial concepts, and strongly suggested financial literacy education for adults.