Only 20 percent of adults have a written financial plan. And just 26 percent have consulted with a financial advisor.1 Developing a sound financial plan is essential to achieving your long‐term financial goals. It also takes time, knowledge and confidence to establish and then follow through.
If you are one of the 80% of adults who do not have a financial plan, Johnson Financial Group advisors are ready to assist. We will work together to ask the right questions and listen carefully to understand your needs and help you clearly define your goals – not just your assets. That's the foundation for a comprehensive financial plan.
Our experts are ready to advise you in a number of areas of your life, including:
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Our advisors help build and preserve your wealth in a way that helps you feel confident, and financially secure through our ongoing process.
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After we've developed your comprehensive financial plan, we will provide you with your own personal ClearWealth website that will allow you to see your current financial situation and make projections into the future for many different scenarios based on information you provide.
View potential impact of your decisions — today and for your entire lifetime. View up‐to‐date information on your accounts, net worth, investments, spending, insurance and more.
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