Asset Allocation and Risk

Many Americans entering retirement come to find that the right asset allocation and risk can be just as important as the actual dollar amount they have saved. You’ve worked hard for years to save for retirement, and now that time is upon you. Perhaps you’re now wondering if all the pieces are in place for you to enjoy a happy and worry-free retirement. Are your assets allocated properly?

Our organization prides itself on providing full-service retirement planning to New Jersey and the surrounding communities. We take an extensive look at each client’s unique mix of assets — this includes everything from your bank accounts, pension, and Social Security benefits, to your estate plans, wills, taxes, insurance policies and more. Our comprehensive services and strategic partnerships allow us to integrate all aspects of our clients’ wealth into a coordinated effort. Our end goal is to create financial clarity for you and your loved ones, and to promote multi-generational wealth.

We offer:

  • Insurance planning
  • Beneficiary review
  • Retirement planning
  • Financial needs analysis
  • Analysis of present and future expenses
  • Estate preservation
  • Income planning

When you work with us, we organize all of your financial, estate and tax preparation materials into a customized binder. Crafting your comprehensive retirement plan is a coordinated effort on our part, and is done so using an all-inclusive view. Although many financial services professionals focus on specific products, our experience has proven that our clients’ needs are best fulfilled focusing on processes, and most importantly, people.

Making a recommendation on asset allocation is not a one-size-fits-all proposal. When you speak with SHM Financial Group, we provide you a framework that aims to satisfy your retirement income budgeting needs to go along with a risk tolerance that satisfies your growth expectations. Asset allocation simply isn’t something you do once, but something that may be ever-evolving throughout your retirement, and knowing who to turn to for advice can make a world of difference.