15 Things to Do Before Retaining a Financial Advisor

Before entrusting your financial future to an advisor, it can be helpful to take some important steps first. While an advisor can help managing your finances and your long-term goals, not being fully prepared can hinder your progress.

EP Wealth’s free downloadable guide, 15 Things to Do Before Retaining a Financial Advisor, will share best practices on how to set yourself up with an advisor, such as:

  • Evaluating various savings programs, like a 401(k), Roth IRA and 529 accounts
  • Assessing and monitoring your credit
  • Building a savings plan to fit your goals and objectives
  • Focusing on your biggest asset--your loved ones
  • ... and more

If you have $500,000 in investable assets, complete the form to get your copy of the guide and request a complimentary meeting with an EP Wealth Advisor.

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