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At Gallagher Wealth Management we value, you. We value the success that you’ve earned, the discipline you’ve demonstrated in saving, the reasons that you have worked so hard, your family and the lifestyle you have secured. We value the goals for which you are saving. Money without a plan is just money. You have a plan for your wealth. Your wealth has a purpose. We believe that it is our responsibility to do everything that we can to guide you in the pursuit of accomplishing your financial goals. This is the reason that we believe in purpose driven investments and wealth management.
Our process begins with a thorough assessment of your current financial situation. We ask the right questions. We listen, so we can know you. We understand your needs, your concerns, and your goals. We want to understand what is important to you. Because, we don’t just care about your money and pursuing your goals, we care about you. We then develop a meticulous financial plan to best pursue achieving your clearly defined goals.
No two people are the same, your financial strategies should be personalized. We develop and implement strategies for each client to simplify the complexities associated with your wealth. We develop strategies to grow, protect, and transfer your wealth. Some of the strategies we implement are listed below:
There are many facets to Wealth Management. At Gallagher Wealth Management we address all aspects of your wealth, from every angle. Our job is to understand, follow, and advise on your complete financial picture. We work closely and collaboratively with your tax, legal, and insurance professionals in order to fully understand all aspects of your finances, avoid strategic mistakes, and make recommendations based on changes to your goals or finances.
We have strong conviction for each investment that we utilize.
While every client and relationship is different and some require additional service, this is our standard activity.
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