How We Do It

We want to understand the things that are important to you.

And our relationship with you and the process for helping secure your family’s future begins right there. We put not only our own considerable experience to work on your behalf, but we also leverage other strategic resources to help bring you the knowledge of professionals experienced in taxation, law, life insurance, accounting, and philanthropic planning. This coordinated approach helps ensure that all areas are considered in order to formulate the right course of action for you.

A big reason for failure is failure to start.

Step 1: Review

Every family’s financial situation is unique. That’s why it’s so important to find out as much as we can about you and your financial goals.

Step 2: Analyze

As needed, we will work with you to identify and prioritize your objectives, and then help establish benchmark goals. This is important because we live in a world of unlimited choices. People often fail to achieve objectives because they try to accomplish too much at once, or they don't attach specific deadlines to their goals. Small consistent steps lead to great results. Just start.

Step 3: Develop

Based on our conversation and analysis, we will recommend the steps needed that help you achieve your financial goals.

Step 4: Coordinate

We regularly coordinate client activities with the other members of their team of financial, tax and legal professionals1. We will do the same for you.

Step 5: Implement

I'll implement your strategy, and work closely with you and your other third party professionals to help ensure its success. I'll monitor progress and provide ongoing service as your needs and situation change over time.

Step 6: Summary

Preparing is not a one-shot deal. Strategies need to be adjusted periodically as your life and the economy changes. We will work with you over the years to help keep your program on track with your changing needs.

1Neither NYLIFE Securities LLC nor its representatives or affiliates provide tax, legal or accounting advice. Please consult your own tax, legal or accounting professional before making any decisions.