During your first appointment, we will establish why you are seeking financial advice, what your goals are and what you expect from us. To assist us, we ask that you bring in as many documents as you can, such as photo ID, tax returns, superannuation, loan and bank statements, copies of wills, insurance details, and/or a budget.
Your first meeting can take up to two hours. In this time we address your goals and objectives, current financial position and personal situation. It is an opportunity for us to get to know you and you to assess whether we are the right fit for you. If you have brought your financial documents or copies of them, this will speed up the process. This investment of time ensures we understand you and what you are looking for.
Your initial appointment is of no cost to you. If you decide to proceed, we will prepare a Statement of Advice and an annual invoice for you, which will cover all advice, implementation, appointments, phone calls and any other requirements you might have for the first twelve months.
Ongoing annual costs differ from person to person, depending on the complexity of your situation and the amount of work involved. You will be provided with a written quote prior to appointing us as your financial planner.
After your initial appointment we will send you a client agreement which outlines the services we will be providing and our fees. You should take the time to read and consider your client agreement before signing and returning it to us. There is no rush to make a decision and typically clients take one to two weeks to consider our agreement and make a decision. We commence work once a signed client agreement is received.
Yes we have on-site secure parking spaces which we can reserve for you upon making your appointment. Ask us to book a carpark when making appointments, and simply ring as you approach the building for us to let you in.