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You Deserve To Understand What’s Happening With Your Money.

 

Have you ever sat across from a financial advisor and only understood every third word they were saying? And yet they were talking about your money, your life and your future.

At Financial Management, Inc, we believe clients should understand everything that is happening with their money; that advisors should be just as good about explaining investments as they are at making them.

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What are you going to do with my money?

First, we’ll get to know you and what you value most. We’re going to figure out your goals and the outcomes you’d like to achieve. We’ll do this by establishing your Family Index Number, which is the rate of return needed on your investments in order to achieve those outcomes. After we determine your Family Index Number, we’ll allocate your money to our various investment strategies designed to help you pursue those goals.

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QUESTION

Can you handle the complexity of my situation?

We work with a wide variety of clients – everyone from high net worth investors to those who are just starting out. While we’ve helped thousands of families navigate complex financial needs, each family gets a personalized allocation strategy to help guide them through life’s major decisions.

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QUESTION

How can you make my life easier?

As your trusted advisor, we’re focused on adding convenience and simplicity to your life. We will make sure you’re educated on your investments and how we manage your money – providing as much or as little information as you’d like.

Whether you’re investing hundreds or millions, at Financial Management, Inc we’re about much more than results – we’re about helping you understand where those results have come from and why the strategy works. If you’re tired of the mystery of investing and want to know exactly what’s happening with your money, schedule an appointment today.

Discover the right investment strategy for you.

 

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Financial Management’s mission is to make the complex
simple with trusted advice.

Based in Yakima, WA and Kennewick, WA, we are a wealth management firm that is focused on helping our clients feel confident with their plan/decisions as they navigate their financial journey.

Our seasoned team strives to provide the highest level of service in financial planning and investment management so you can focus on what matters most to you.

Contact us today to see how our financial advisors can help you find the confidence you deserve.

Taking the First Step Toward Confidence

 

The first step is always the hardest, so we’ll make it easy. Let’s have a complimentary initial consultation to get to know each other, and see how we could work together to move you closer to your goals.

It all starts with a conversation. Let’s talk.

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