Why you should consider having a financial advisor

A financial advisor can be beneficial for many people, regardless of their income or net worth. Here are some reasons why someone might consider working with a financial advisor:

Planning for major financial goals: Whether it’s saving for retirement, buying a home, or paying for a child’s education, a financial advisor can help you develop a comprehensive plan to achieve your goals.
Navigating complex financial decisions: If you’re facing a complex financial decision, such as whether to buy or sell investments, a financial advisor can provide guidance and help you understand the potential risks and rewards of different options.
Managing risk: A financial advisor can help you identify and manage financial risks, such as market volatility or the potential impact of inflation on your investments.
Building wealth: If you’re looking to grow your wealth, a financial advisor can provide personalized investment advice and help you diversify your portfolio to meet your specific financial goals.
Estate planning: If you have a significant amount of assets, a financial advisor can help you plan for the transfer of your wealth to future generations through estate planning.
Overall, working with a financial advisor can be especially useful for people who want to ensure that their financial decisions align with their long-term goals, and for those who want the peace of mind that comes from having a professional manage their financial affairs.

Tony Gutierrez

About the Author

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Amy Novakovich, CFP®, CRPC®

Amy is a Co-Founder of Nova Wealth Management. She is a native of Wisconsin and moved to Florida in 2004. She earned a degree in finance from Florida Gulf Coast University. Amy is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional (CFP®) and a Chartered Retirement Planning Counselor® (CRPC®).