We believe that every dollar has a purpose and a timeline. When and how your retirement assets will be used should be understood before making important financial decisions.
The Triplett-Westendorf Purpose and Timeline 5 Step Planning Process (PT5) begins with Discovery.
Understanding where you are now, and then defining where you want to go (Your Purpose) and when you want to get there (Your Timeline), programs your financial GPS. Our Purpose and Timeline 5-step process (PT5) programs your financial GPS.
Mark Triplett is an Investment Adviser Representative of and advisory services offered through Royal Fund Management, LLC, a SEC registered Investment Adviser. Nothing contained in this book should be considered an offer to buy or sell securities. Different investments have differing risks associated with them and not all investments are appropriate for all investors.
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