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Advanced Time Segmentation® is a different way of looking at and presenting financial planning. At its core, we match our client’s assets to their income liabilities. Meaning, we lay out a strategy that creates inflation-adjusted income that addresses risk by giving equities time to potentially grow untouched. This approach allocates assets into different time segments based on the period of time when those assets are expected to generate income.
Investments in securities do not offer a fix rate of return. Principal, yield and/or share price will fluctuate with changes in market conditions and, when sold or redeemed, you may receive more or less than originally invested. No system or financial planning strategy can guarantee future results.
Most retirees or pre-retirees with a wealth accumulation strategy, hunger for stability and are attempting to avoid risk. They strive to build their portfolio on investments that will provide income for their lifetime and beyond. Strategy-driven firms have adopted an approach to retirement planning that incorporates time segmented retirement income distribution, a strategy that aims to provide investors with stability, growth and income.
Advanced Time Segmentation® seeks to provide investors with stable, predictable income while giving time for future possible growth. We take principles that were exclusive to the wealthy, and make them accessible to everyone. We mathematically calculate your risk, inflation-adjust your income, and strive to ensure a lasting legacy. We do all of this by implementing a strategy with every portfolio so that time is on your side.
This segment is designed for income, and is where your short-term-assets are matched to your short-term liabilities. A portion of this segment is invested in vehicles designed to provide income for life. The remainder of the segment is invested in strategies designed to be spent over a five to seven year period, thus buying time for potential growth in the remaining segments.
This segment is designed to replenish the fixed-income portion of segment one, resulting in additional time for the long-term investments in segment three to grow. In this segment, mid-term assets are matched to mid-term liabilities. This helps create a bridge between income in segment one and long-term growth in segment three, featuring a typical time horizon of 7 to 15 years.
If you’re like most investors thinking about your eventual retirement, you may hunger for stability yet yearn for growth. If you’re like many Americans whose portfolios saw declines at the end of the last decade, growth isn’t just a preference but a requirement.
Mutual Funds, Variable Annuities, and alternative investment such as non-traded real estate investment trusts are investments involving risk and are offered through the appropriate prospectus only. Before investing, clients should carefully consider the investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses of the investment and its underlying investment options. Many of these investments include substantial and ongoing expenses which are borne by the purchaser, including sales charges or commissions, management fees, and distribution expenses. The prospectuses contain this and other important information. Please contact your financial advisor or the appropriate investment company to obtain the prospectus for such investments. Please read the prospectus carefully before investing.
Annuities are long-term investments designed for retirement purposes. Withdrawals of taxable amounts are subject to income tax, and, if taken prior to age 59 ½, a 10% federal tax penalty may apply. Early withdrawals may be subject to withdrawal charges. An investment in the securities underlying a variable annuity involves investment risk, including possible loss of principal. The annuity contract, when redeemed, may be worth more or less than the original investment. The purchase of a variable annuity is not required for, and is not a term of, the provision of any banking service or activity. Guarantees and payments to annuity holders are subject to the claims-paying ability of the issuer and are subject to their terms and conditions.
All investing involves risk, including the potential loss of the principal amount invested. Past performance is not indicative of future results. No strategy can ensure a profit or protect against loss.