Why Vector Financial Solutions?
Investments can get complicated, especially when you have many different goals in mind. Our job is to explain your options to you in a clear, straightforward way that leaves nothing out. We are committed to respectful communication that helps you make the best financial decisions possible.
Our strategies are well-researched. Advanced screening techniques and tools are used with your specific goals in mind. While no one can guarantee results, careful investment selection does matter. We strive to understand the complex details of every investment we recommend from expense ratios to philosophy to past performance.
Some advisors have limited access to only those products their company offers or they may have an incentive to use one product over another. We have the licenses and qualifications to offer a broad range of investments and are committed to only offering strategies that are suitable to your unique situation.
Our mission at Vector is to help business owners and executives, retirees, divorcees and people managing inheritances make smarter financial decisions by finding the right investment and insurance solutions for their unique situations. Every strategy we recommend is well researched and objective. We bring extensive experience as well as some of the finest industry tools and technology available to the task of guiding clients and friends to improved financial outcomes.
From the Blog
The New Fiduciary Rule: A Good Thing. Mostly.
by David Wils, CFP® February 6, 2018
If you’re an investor, you’re probably aware that there are big changes taking place in the financial industry. Chances are, you’ve heard of something called the new DOL fiduciary rule being phased in over the next few years. You might even know that it changes the way financial firms and advisors manage money in retirement [… […]
Divorce Planning Mistakes: Seven Ways to Make Your Divorce Harder Than It Already Is
by David Wils, CFP® October 12, 2017
If you’re going through a divorce, money is probably the last thing you want to think about. Unfortunately, it should be at the top of your mind. Financial mistakes made during the divorce settlement process can haunt you for years. Sometimes they can even haunt you for the rest of your life. It’s worth slowing [… […]
What Nobody Told You About Alimony Income and Saving For Retirement
by David Wils, CFP® May 2, 2017
Are you recently or long divorced and receiving alimony? Is alimony your only income source? Are you worried that you won’t be able to contribute to an IRA and save for retirement because you don’t have any “qualifying income”? If you’ve looked into the rules for IRAs at all you’ve probably run into that line [… […]