Many people have a need to invest outside of traditional retirement vehicles in order to meet long-term wealth accumulation goals. There are innumerable options to meet these planning goals. These accounts and platforms have fewer contribution and access limitations, though investors need to be conscious of tax planning. A few common areas you may consider within the scope of your plan include:
- Brokerage Accounts
- Direct Mutual Fund Accounts
- Institutional Platforms
- Educational Savings, such as 529 Plans, Coverdell Educational Savings or Gifting Accounts
- Separately Managed Accounts
- Trust & Estate Accounts
- Health Savings Accounts
An investment strategy will evolve over time as goals are met and priorities change. Proper investment management requires regular review and each strategy should be considered in conjunction with the financial plan’s overall purpose.
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