Working in finance, it’s become clear to me that decisions surrounding money are commonly influenced by feelings. Those feelings can range from happiness and comfort to fear and greed—the list goes on and on. A natural result of these varied emotions is that people are often hesitant to use one advisor because they are concerned about “putting all of their eggs in one basket.” The choice to have one advisor or multiple advisors is very personal, but it shouldn’t be emotional.
Recently we hosted the first event in our new Financial Bites lunch series. The session focused on retirement planning and was an incredible success. We are grateful to everyone who attended and to our outstanding wealth advisors, Chris Galeski and Chelsea Watson, who presented.
Clients often come to us asking, “How much do I need to save for retirement?” This session addressed this question by focusing on smarter ways to save, how to more efficiently invest those savings, and how to balance your normal expenses with future costs.
Click on the above image or visit this link to watch our retirement planning session: https://vimeo.com/mortoncapital/fbretirementplanning
We hope you enjoy this video of the event. Please feel free to share this link with family and friends and on your social media channels. Any feedback you have would be extremely valuable to our team, including any recommendations of topics you would like us to present on in the future. Financial Bites is a complimentary series and our upcoming sessions are filling up fast, so we encourage you to RSVP soon. Click on the link below to view all sessions and RSVP today!
We hope to see you soon and thank you for your continued support of Morton Capital.
The MC Team