Monday, February 6, 2017

How To Pick The Right Wealth Management Company For You


Recently a friend of mine ours was searching for a wealth management company to help her out. After some extensive research she finally found one that seemed to fit all of her needs and has agreed to share a brief article about what she learned on the journey. Thanks Sam.


If you are starting to make good money, then you will invariably want to figure out what to do with it so that it won’t sit around doing nothing. The best and brightest all know that to increase your wealth, you have to make your money work for you, which is where top wealth management firms come in. Assuming that you don’t have all the free time necessary to maintain your funds on a full-time basis, trusting it to a wealth management company is the best way to go. But how can you find the right one? Here are three markers to determine the best company for you:

1.    Look for Added Value: It’s easy to fall into the trap of picking the management firm that has the lowest fees. However, a lower price doesn’t mean that you get the best value, and you could wind up with services that don’t help you succeed. Instead, compare all of the services and features that you will get from each management company, and then see which has the most value for the money. Make sure that the company will treat you and your money with the respect you deserve.

2.    Check References: If you look at the top wealth management firms, you will see that they all have a stellar reputation. They didn’t get to the top by mistreating their clients, which is why they come so highly recommended. When picking out a company, be sure to ask current and former clients how they view the business to see if it aligns with your values. Don’t rush into anything, and be sure to do your due diligence first.

3.    Check Payment Methods: As a rule, if you want to get the most out of your high net worth investment, you want to get a management company that values your business and will treat it like their own. What you want to avoid are firms that operate on commission, as they will be more focused on closing a sale than giving you the best options.

When it comes to managing your money, make sure that you pick a company that works for you. After all, it’s your money, so don’t trust it to just anyone.




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