Comprehensive Wealth Management
Facing life’s transitions of retirement, life without a spouse, or receiving sudden wealth through inheritance can be challenging and overwhelming. Our mission at Zurbriggen Financial is to help our clients make the most out of life’s transitions. We are committed to making a difference in their lives by creating a bridge to financial freedom and security, freeing up their time to enjoy their lives. We have created a unique process, The Asset Longevity Series™, which provides strategies for the real concerns and challenges you have.
As you face the challenges of life’s transitions of retirement, life without a spouse or sudden wealth, it’s a good time to look at your investments and the events that could impact your future. Call toll-free 1-877-974-7569 or e-mail Rick Zurbriggen today for a complementary consultation. Don’t be left uninformed!
- We help create a vision of your future by helping you realize your lifetime values - We make complex issues simple to understand. We speak to you in a language you can understand.
- We provide clarity and confidence in your investment decisions - Through our 90-day action plans and 3 meeting process, you will become more and more comfortable and knowledgeable about what we are doing for you and why we are doing it.
- We provide you with complete wealth management - One person to help you obtain all of the things that are important to you personally, to manage your investments prudently and realistically, to help protect your wealth from the unexpected and from the IRS, and to coordinate all of your plans with our carefully selected team of local specialists. This team approach can be a comforting experience that can bring with it great peace of mind.
- We free up your time so you can enjoy your active life!
Do you know if you have enough money to retire? Do you have enough retirement assets to last your lifetime? Do you already have an income distribution plan? Please click below to learn more about the strategies we offer.
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