Rob Taylor, CFP®, CLU®
Rob Taylor has been a Palm Beach County resident for more than 28 years. A graduate of Jupiter High School, Rob attended the University of Florida and graduated with degrees in accounting and finance, then returning to serve the community in which he grew up.
Rob applies 16 years of sophisticated knowledge in wealth management and the employee benefits business working with business owners and enterprising families, including specializations of veterinarians, construction executives, and businesses of all stripes that need estate and succession planning. This includes conceiving strategies for owners/executives who want to supplement their standard 401k and defined contribution plans while creating estate liquidity for future generations of their families. He also works with many individuals and couples transitioning into retirement with 401k assets that should be rolled into retirement accounts and prudently managed.
Like all advisors at Cary Stamp & Co., he closely collaborates with clients’ attorneys and accountants to maximize the effectiveness and efficiency of a comprehensive financial planning model.
Rob resides in Jupiter, FL with his wife, Andrea, his daughter, Samantha, and his son, Benjamin taking advantage of South Florida living. When he is not keeping up on market trends and guiding clients, you can find him with friends and family on our beautiful beaches and golf courses.
“I collaborate with every client to form a long-term, trusted advisory relationship that helps them achieve the freedom to pursue their passions and dreams.”
Rob Taylor’s Videos
Tax-Efficient Philanthropic Giving
The ABCs of Life Insurance | Segment 1
Rob Taylor’s Posts
The Net Unrealized Appreciation (NUA) Tax Strategy: If you work for a corporation that offers company stock inside a 401(k), ESOP, or profit sharing plan, the Net Unrealized Appreciation tax planning strategy (described below) can produce substantial tax savings. This is especially true for long-time employees possessing stock that has appreciated significantly. Net Unrealized Appreciation…Read More