Why We Are Different
When was the last time all your different advisors sat down at the same table and discussed what was in your best interest? At Consolidated Planning, we use a "Macro-Advisor" approach to help ensure all your advisors are working in unison to do what is best for you.Learn More
What We Do
We educate you about financial concepts and products so you can make properly informed decisions regarding your finances. Together, we then create and implement a custom strategy that not only overcomes obstacles you face, but also adjusts to your ever-changing financial world.Learn More
How We Simplify
Becoming, and staying, financially organized isn't easy. However, maintaining a complete financial picture provides the ability to make better financial decisions. We'll provide you with a personalized, interactive, and secure webpage that contains a consolidated, up-to-date view of your financial world.Learn More
Understanding Today's Financial Environment
At Consolidated Planning, we help clients optimize their finances in order to achieve financial balance. We accomplish this by following a philosophy that eliminates the guesswork, challenges financial myths, and minimizes risk as the only option for reward. Conventional financial wisdom has failed. It’s time to stop thinking there are one-size-fits-all answers; and instead, prioritize and focus on tailored solutions that make the most of what you have.
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