Our advisors can help you clearly define your vision and goals and create strategies to work toward them.
Your goals may include funding your child’s college education, launching a second career, purchasing a vacation retreat or retiring in comfort.
Whether your goals are simple or sophisticated, when you partner with U.S. Bank or U.S. Bancorp Investments, one of our financial professionals can work with you to develop a comprehensive plan that can help you address both your short- and long-term objectives.
Steps in Our Comprehensive Process:
Our financial planning process is designed to help you make the most of your available resources – not just money – but your time as well. We listen to what’s most important to you and work with you to create and implement a customized financial plan tailored to your goals and needs. We’ll then keep in regular contact with you to be aware of changes in your life or the market that may impact your financial plan.
But creating a financial plan doesn't end there. It's also about monitoring the progress you’re making towards your goals. To help keep you on track, we’ll conduct a comprehensive review of your entire financial situation. Your advisor will review your overall plan and discuss your current situation and evolving goals. Your advisor does the legwork and is your single point-of-contact.
Our disciplined approach allows us to uncover gaps in your financial plan based on our four cornerstones:
Please remember that all investments carry some level of risk, including the potential loss of principal invested. They do not typically grow at an even rate of return and may experience negative growth.
Working together, we’ll assess the key variables that affect your financial choices, including the time you have to reach your goals and your risk tolerance profile. Then, your advisor can draw on and work with an experienced team of investment and insurance resources at U.S. Bancorp Investments, or our investment, banking and trust resources at U.S. Bank to help make sure you have some of the best opportunities to pursue your goals.
Is a certain income level or net worth required in order to qualify for a financial plan?
No. A financial plan can be beneficial regardless of your current financial status. If you have financial goals, a plan can help you determine an appropriate strategy to help achieve those goals.
Is a financial plan required before I can invest or purchase other types of products?
It's not required, but it is highly recommended. If you don’t have a plan in place, it may be difficult to determine what specific products are appropriate for your circumstances. A plan can, in effect, be a roadmap for your financial life. By clearly identifying your key financial goals and the time you have to achieve them, you can make more efficient use of the money you put to work toward reaching those goals.
How do I open an account with U.S. Bancorp Investments?
We recommend consulting with a U.S. Bancorp Investments Financial Advisor who will help you assess your current financial situation and discuss your goals. That process can help determine the types of accounts and products that may be appropriate for your needs.
What if there aren't any advisors located near where I live?
When an advisor is not available in your market, U.S. Bancorp Investments offers our Investments Connect Financial Consultants who will work with you directly to answer questions, review your financial circumstances, discuss your goals and recommend strategies tailored to your needs. They are available at 800-888-4700. Calls are answered 24 hours a day, 7 days a week or via email at email@example.com.
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