Paolini Advisors, LLC Welcomes You!
At Paolini Advisors, your goals are the driving force behind the financial guidance we offer. As an independent financial services firm, we select the products and strategies that are right for you. As investment advisor representatives with LPL Financial, Paolini Advisors, LLC can also provide investment management. Our advice spans the broad range of financial issues you should address:
- Portfolio policy, construction, and re-balancing
- Retirement fund accumulation and withdrawal
- Tax minimization
- Funding college and other major expenses
- Estate planning and trust management*
- Life insurance
*Paolini Advisors and LPL Financial do not provide legal advice or services. Please consult your legal advisor regarding your specific situation.
A Process For Managing Your Wealth
A Disciplined Approach To Guide Your Way
As a client of Paolini Advisors, LLC, our financial professionals will guide you
through a disciplined discovery and planning process, which includes:
Your Personal Financial Inventory: We will evaluate your entire financial situation, taking a complete inventory of your current assets and liabilities, determining your tolerance for risk and investment time horizon, and identifying your current and long-term goals, including retirement.
A Personal Roadmap: We develop your financial plan by integrating all of your assets and then incorporating risk management and tax strategies into an overall long-term investment strategy.
A Diversified Portfolio: The portfolio that we build for you will be designed using both in-house and external research. It will be diversified across a variety of market sectors and a broad spectrum of investment products that may include stocks, bonds, mutual funds, real estate, and annuities.(1)
There is no guarantee that a diversified portfolio will enhance overall returns or outperform a non-diversified portfolio. Diversification does not protect against market risk.
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