Broker Check

Day 1 (Step 1) - Onboarding

Interview - This is where we see if we're a good fit for you (and vice versa)

  • Getting to know you, letting you know we want to help you!
  • Goals and Objective – What are your current needs and ultimate desired outcome?
  • Set Expectations – how much time do you have to work on your financial plan and when can you be available; is that going to be sufficient to reach your goals?
  • Layout Responsibilities – what do we do as your advisor, what will you need to do as the client?
  • Note: Not on your own, you have a "personal trainer" (coach) until you can do the same for yourself (and in some cases you will always want us to perform certain functions).
  • Benefits of Working with Freedom Financial, LLC specifically (Risk Number technology, Personal Financial Web Site, market research, etc.)
  • Supporting Materials: “Interview” document, Signature (commitment) document

Why are we doing this: We want you to come forward. Clients that are an ideal fit will present themselves strikingly clear in this process.

If a prospective client is not a good fit, we will be upfront and honest with you. We invite you to do the same!

If you're a good fit, we will preface you on what’s next. We'll provide a preview of the next 90 days. We will discuss with you what we'll be teaching you and focusing on – not necessarily an order, rather pertinent to how the process flows.

If you are hungry, we will give you something to eat; if you are thirsty, we will give you something to drink; if you are a stranger, we invite you in!

Step 2 - Complete Analysis

After our first meeting and gathering your financial details, our team will take the time to analyze your current financial situation and look for improvements. We will then prepare a proposal to review with you during our next meeting.

How much better to get wisdom than gold, to get insight rather than silver! (Proverbs 16:16)

Step 3 - Review and Discuss Recommendations

During the next meeting, we discuss our analysis and recommendations. A follow-up schedule and calendar is set at this time for implementation and ongoing review.

Details matter, it's worth waiting to get it right. (Steve Jobs)

Step 4 - Implementation

Implementation may be simple but often times it can involve several action items spanning many months due to the number of accounts and financial institutions involved. Our goal is to provide clear and consistent communication throughout the process.

Quality means doing it right when no one is looking. (Henry Ford)

Step 5 - Follow-up and Relationship Building

Once a plan has been agreed-upon and implemented, follow-up meetings with each client
continue on an ongoing basis, depending upon the client's preference. This is typically annually but sometimes can be monthly or quarterly as well.

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