Our Personal Financial Concierge Services are what distinguish us apart from other firms in the industry. Financial Concierge Services are not the same as Financial Planning. A true “Financial Concierge” takes care of whatever miscellaneous personal financial planning services that a client may need above and beyond traditional financial planning. This could include anything from basic financial housekeeping to providing support for someone who has a high-level and/or one-time project.
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The following are examples of typical concierge services we provide:
New Florida Resident
Not only does Florida offer a favorable climate with nearly 365 days of sunshine, it also has a highly favorable tax climate for both individuals and businesses. Domiciled Florida residents enjoy:
- No state income tax
- No estate tax
- Florida Homestead Exemption, which provides savings on real estate taxes
- No corporate income tax on limited partnerships and subchapter-S corporations
- Many other commerce and tax advantages for business owners
We are happy to provide new clients with a new Florida resident “Checklist” to guide them through the steps to establish Florida domicile. As a special gift, we’ll include a comprehensive welcome package with area information on hospitals, schools, non-profit organizations, libraries, parks, etc. Plus, you can always count on an AHIA concierge for referrals when looking for various personal, professional, household, and recreation or leisure services.
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- Identify, locate and recommend advisors (e.g., insurance professionals, banking institutions, accountants),
- Assistance in obtaining higher yielding deposits,
- Assistance in obtaining the lowest yielding loan rates,
- Initiate estate planning reviews relative to changes in tax laws and asset protection issues,
- Review and coordinate filing of income tax returns, and;
- Initiate insurance reviews (e.g., life, health, disability, property/casualty, liability, long term)
Planning for Special Circumstances
- Assist with college funding options,
- Planning for families with a special needs child,
- Educate a spouse, partner and/or family member on your financial matters,
- Recommend alternative living arrangements, including nursing and long-term care,
- Assist with Medicare and Social Security issues,
- Create an inventory of important documents and information,
- Develop an evacuation or disaster/hurricane plan, and;
- Arrange pet care and temporary housing needs