Intentional Living. Confident Living.
You’ve worked too hard to risk sabotaging your retirement by doing it yourself. We will help you avoid the pitfalls of a DIY retirement. As your advisors, we will help you make intentional and informed decisions so that you can feel confident about your financial future.
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We work with clients to help them implement intentional strategies before and during retirement.
Investment and tax strategies provided by our Chartered Financial Analyst.
Sustainable investing, an approach that integrates environmental, social and governance (ESG) criteria.
Empowering You In Retirement
Our advisors focus on retirement planning to help you achieve your retirement goals.
Essential To Success
We are a vital resource for the clients we serve.
and Intentional Wealth Strategies
Established in 1962, Raymond James has grown to become one of the largest, most well-respected independent financial services companies in the country.
Intentional Wealth Strategies is a financial advisory firm headquartered in Colorado Springs, Colorado. We offer custom investment management strategies and financial planning services, focusing primarily on retirees and those approaching retirement. We are passionate about giving our clients the confidence to enjoy this exciting next step in life!
We Reach Farther
The complexities of the financial world require sophisticated investment solutions and a dedicated team to help keep you on track. When it comes to managing your retirement and investments, our team can help guide you through today’s challenging financial landscape with professional skill and expertise. Our client-focused approach puts our clients and their needs first!
How Medicare Fits Into Your Overall Retirement Picture
As healthcare costs continue to rise, choosing the right insurance remains a critical component of any financial plan. These choices become even more important in retirement because your decisions can have lasting, and expensive consequences. Most Americans expect Medicare to cover their healthcare expenses in retirement. However, it’s estimated that Medicare only pays about 60% of current retirees’ medical expenses. By understanding the limitations of Medicare and how to mitigate those limitations, you can determine...