by Wealth Strategies Partners

Paul Allen on Hidden Assets in No Man’s Land

Dear WSP Family & Friends,

Do you have a strategy in place for your “no man’s land” assets? When we sit down with families during their financial planning meetings, one of their biggest challenges and frustrations is trying to find their assets in “no man’s land.” These may include retirement plans from previous employers, old brokerage accounts that don’t have an established advisor or an active 401(k) that’s not receiving advice.

Almost all of us have assets in “no man’s land” waiting to be claimed. This month, we challenge you to review and consolidate these assets to ensure they are managed efficiently and strategically as part of your overall financial plan.

Paul Allen, CFP®, MS
President and CEO, Wealth Strategies Partners

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