Why Choose Long Tax and Financial Group?

Finding and hiring the right advisor 


Before you set out on a mission to develop a 5 Star Retirement Plan, you must first learn a thing or two about today's financial professionals.


There are a lot of similarities between doctors and financial advisors.  Working with a financial advisor who specializes in retirement and income planning is vital.  With something serious like your health, you make a point to move past a general practitioner in the event that more specialized care is needed.  You worked a lifetime and sacrificed a lot along the way to get where you are today.  Why would you treat your money, or more importantly the next 30 years of your life, any differently?

Here are some things you should take into consideration. 


The Suitability Standard

Brokers and insurance professionals who operate under the suitability standard offer products for sale from a range of products offered by the company or companies he/she represents. They are paid by commissions calculated as a percentage of the amount of money invested into or used to purchase the product. The suitability standard states that guidance they provide and the products they recommend are suitable to your needs, objectives and unique circumstances, based primarily upon financial objectives, current income level and age. No disclosure of possible conflicts of interest is required.

The Fiduciary Standard

An Investment Adviser Representative operating under the fiduciary standard must offer "best advice" taking into account the needs of each individual client. Advisors are generally paid a quarterly fee calculated as a percentage of the assets under management and must disclose possible conflicts of interest.


Commonly Asked Questions:

It is important to fully understand your current situation and work with a financial planning firm that will help make sure your assets are properly invested and managed.

How much risk should I be taking during retirement?

How much am I paying my existing advisor?

Will I run out of money?

How Do I leave a legacy?

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