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Our Process

“A 1000-mile journey begins with a single step.”

    Our planning process is designed to engage your most pressing personal financial concerns.

Step One: Getting to Know You

Your journey starts with where you are today. We take the time to understand who you are, and where you’d like to go.

Step Two: Crunching The Numbers

We take our understanding of where you are, and evaluate the possible paths to get you to where you want to be.

Step Three: Action Item Plan Presentation

We provide an ongoing step-by-step roadmap that guides our clients to financial independence and success.

Why Prepared Capital?

We have spent 30+ years at the top investment firms in the country. Our planning and investment processes were built to better address the needs of investors, improve the client experience, and overall results.

  • We help you reach your financial goals

  • 30+ years of experience in financial planning, markets, and investments

  • We maximize your returns through our innovative investment process

  • Guidance to help you minimize taxes

  • Proprietary Research Designed to Anticipate Recessions

  • We Take the Time to Truly Understand You, Providing Advice, Not Products

  • We Are Fiduciaries – Your Interests Come First, Always

Your First Step in Building Wealth

 
 

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