SPC Financial® integrates each financial portfolio with an effective estate & tax plan, designed to help maximize an individual’s wealth potential.
Strategies and techniques for preserving wealth for community, spouses, and heirs.
Utilizing different methods for accumulating funds and paying for college expenses.
An extremely important process to help ensure the portfolio allocation is aligned with risk tolerance and is tax efficient.
A systematic strategy to help pass wealth onto heirs in a tax efficient process.
Arranging your financial affairs to help accomplish your personal objectives for your heirs.
There are two important phases: accumulation & distribution. During the accumulation phase, it is important to maximize the available tax incentives. During the distribution phase, it is important to consider potential tax consequences and/or Medicare premiums.
If you have an ownership interest in a business, it is important to ensure the continuity of the business in the possible event of a business owners premature death, disability, or retirement.
Income Tax Planning
Tax laws evolve every year. It is important to ensure that your income tax planning incorporates these changes.
Estate Tax Planning
Various federal and State taxes may be applicable at death. In addition, there can be non-tax considerations for developing an Estate plan including the potential loss of government benefits by an heir; the need for guardianship provisions; the desire to protect a spouse and the goal of protecting an inheritance from creditor claims.
Risk Management (Insurance)
There are multiple risks. These risks can either be assumed or transferred to a third party. Risks that could have a significant impact should be transferred.
Within a portfolio allocation, specific decisions need to be made to help manage risk, income tax liability, and other financial considerations.
We are happy to review existing portfolios for clients and their family, friends, and associates.
Investing involves risk and investors may incur a profit or a loss. Asset allocation do not ensure a profit or protect against a loss. Every investor's situation is unique and you should consider your investment goals, risk tolerance and time horizon before making any investment. Prior to making an investment decision, please consult with your financial advisor about your individual situation.