Wells Fargo Advisors is one of the nation’s largest full-service retail investment companies and a non-bank affiliate of Wells Fargo & Company. In contrast to many other firms in the industry, we focus on supporting the client-advisor relationship rather than the client-firm relationship. We believe this philosophy clearly sets us apart from our peers.
We serve individuals and businesses in all areas of investment planning, including but not limited to:
- Retirement Planning - Help making the most of your employer-sponsored retirement plans and IRAs. Determining how much you need to retire comfortably. Help managing assets before and during retirement.
- Tax Planning Strategy* - Help making sure your portfolio is tax-efficient. Developing tax-efficient investment strategies. Referring you to qualified tax specialists.
- Estate Planning* - Working with estate-planning and trust specialists available through Wells Fargo Advisors and its affiliates to help review your wills and trusts, preserve your estate for your intended heirs, establish beneficiary designations, reduce potential exposure to estate taxes and probate costs and coordinate with your tax and legal advisors.
- Education Funding - Recommending investment and accumulation strategies to help you pay for your children's education.
- Risk Management** - Reviewing existing insurance policies.
- Investments - Determining your asset-allocation needs. Helping you understand your risk tolerance. Recommending the appropriate investment vehicles to help you reach your goals.
- Employee and Executive Benefits - Helping your business attract and retain qualified employees through benefit packages.
*Wells Fargo Advisors does not provide tax or legal advice. Please consult with your tax and legal advisors before taking any action that may have tax consequences.
**Insurance products are offered through nonbank insurance agency affiliates of Wells Fargo & Company and are underwritten by unaffiliated insurance companies. This is not, in any way, intended as an invitation to replace your existing coverage. Such an exchange is often not appropriate due to such factors as surrender charges on your existing policy, the surrender charge on the new policy, transaction costs associated with the exchange, the values of the new policy versus the old policy, and the various fees and expenses associated with the new product. Therefore, replacing an existing policy should only be considered after a careful evaluation of these factors as well as a thorough review of your existing coverage.