Helping clients achieve true wealth in every phase of their lives

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A principled wealth management and planning process that builds, protects, and extends the financial health and legacy of our clients and their families.

The Foundation: Our Seven Primary Principles

  1. Deliver what we promise.
  2. Educate ourselves and our clients, continuously.
  3. Listen to all perspectives from clients and fellow team members.
  4. Tell it like it is.
  5. Appreciate the abundance, possibility, and adventure in life.
  6. Inspire everybody in our circle to excel.
  7. Strengthen interpersonal and family bonds.

Giving Back / CS Cares

Our staff happily gives back—individually and as a group—to support our local communities and make the world a better place to live and work.

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BLOG, COMMENTARY, AND NEWS

MEET THE TEAM:
Patrick Thompson
Chief Operating Officer

October 16, 2019

Duty, Faith, and Family “In my teenage years, as I was heading out of the house for the evening, my Dad would say ‘Patrick, don’t forget you’re representing our family. Act accordingly.’ It was an upbringing steeped in faith and responsibility, and I’m glad it was. It seems to have turned out well.” Born in…

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State of Florida Employees:
A “DROP” to Benefit From!

October 15, 2019

An Overview of the Florida Retirement System (FRS) Deferred Retirement Option Program (DROP) If you’re a member of the Florida Pension Plan you have access to a unique retirement benefit that can kick-start your retirement in a positive direction: The Deferred Retirement Option Program (DROP). First things first: check with the FRS to make sure…

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The Little Known Tax Implications of Required Minimum Distributions (RMDs) in 401(k) Accounts

October 1, 2019

The Importance of Using Roth IRA Conversions to Reduce Required Minimum Distributions (RMDs)  On April 1st of the year following attainment of age 70 ½, you are required to start taking distributions from most traditional retirement accounts. You can always withdraw more, however you cannot remove less then the Required Minimum Distribution (RMD). The IRS…

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