Plans fail for lack of counsel, but with many advisors they succeed. -Proverbs 15:22

Many couples come to us because the husband wants his wife to feel more comfortable while engaging in their financial affairs.  We’ve encouraged couples to plan and invest together while as this can set them up for a smoother transition after one spouse has passed. Planning and working together has led to a less stressful transition for the surviving spouse. We strive to have a solid relationship before death happens because then your plan can continue long after the first spouse passes. Husbands are grateful that we respect, engage and empower his wife, and make difficult topics easier to digest and understand.

Most of our Clients Fall into 3 Diverse Groups:

*Successful Couples
*Single Women After Widowhood or Divorce
*Families Who Want to Leave a Legacy

Please Email or call 605-275-2310 to set you your 90 Minute Complementary Consultation.

Why Women?  We respect women and have and rely on our natural ability to make women and their loved ones feel comfortable.

How We Help Women:

We've made a culture that is supportive and flexible for women.  Being women ourselves we understand the need of safety and confidentiality.  Wealth is so much more than money, its about your values in life, who you are, what you want and how you want to contribute.  Many bright, outgoing, faith-based women have come to us lacking the knowledge and confidence to comfortably manage their own financial affairs.   As a result of our culture and openness, these women have become more engaged, wiling to talk, informed, leading a path of self knowledge, excited and want to have an impact in their future.

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