Financial Review Meeting

Sudden changes in life circumstances can throw a wrench in your retirement plans, but they don’t have to! Our team of expert financial advisors have a deep understanding of Alaska corporate severance packages in the oil and gas industry after years of experience with layoffs just like these. Let us create a custom financial plan for you that harnesses the loopholes and avoids the pitfalls before you make a life-altering decision. Book a no-obligation financial review today! You may call us at 907-272-7575 or use the link below.

 

Expert financial guidance gives our clients the freedom to live without anxiety, empowering them on a path to secure a financially confident future.

Meet Your Advisors

Based in Anchorage, Alaska we provide sound financial advice and portfolio management allowing you to focus on your business, family and personal goals with a sense of empowerment and well-being. Our investment team members have advanced degrees and professional designations, including:

  • CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ (CFP®)
  • Certified Public Accountant (CPA)
  • Certified Divorce Financial Analyst® (CDFA®)
  • Chartered Financial Consultant® (ChFC®)
  • Registered Paraplanner® (RP®)

Fee Schedule

APCM Wealth Management for Individuals firmly believes that it only matters what you keep. Keeping expenses low so our clients' money can compound is a hallmark of our pricing. Fees are structured based on account balance.

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Investment Management

Investment Management clients benefit from the methodology and purchasing power of over $2 billion in assets under management. Individual clients are accessing the same technology and expertise that is applied to management of funds for state and local governments, Alaska Native Corporations, financial institutions, health care organizations, and the Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation.

Financial Planning

With our planning process, we guide you through the bewildering maze of data and information and how it relates to your short and long-term financial and life goals.
Financial Planning for Long Term Care Workbook (pdf)

Retirement

Retirement can be one of life's most exciting and challenging transitions. As your partner in financial success we like to explore what retirement means to you and together illustrate a plan to best fit your lifestyle vision.  We ensure you have key retirement questions answered.

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Divorce

The divorce process can be overwhelming as you deal with the financial implications of the divorce in addition to the emotional distress.  Our experience with divorce financial analysis helps to ensure a good, stable economic future and prevent long-term regret with financial decisions made during the divorce process.

Death of a Loved One

We bring financial expertise and strategic advice for your immediate needs to advanced planning. We advocate for you and with you on your timeline, without rushing you through any decisions. We are part of your transition team, working collaboratively with your CPA/Tax Advisor, Attorney, and Insurance Advisor. 

Blog Posts

Where do you want to be in 2021?

Another January has rolled around bringing with it a fine dumping of snow, seasonally appropriate temperatures, and the beginning of another legislative session with the concomitant budget battle. I won’t to be talking about any of these things- they’ll wait. Instead, I want to talk about the end of 2020; eleven and half months from […]
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Ringing in the New Year with the SECURE Act

Last summer, I outlined the major changes possibly being advanced by a new law awaiting passage by Congress, the Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement (SECURE) Act. As you may recall, the act overwhelmingly passed the House in May of 2019 and was expected to speedily make its way through the Senate, but instead […]
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Taking the Win at the End of the Decade

The end of 2019 is upon us and we can celebrate the fact that Alaska’s economy spent most, possibly all, of the year out of recession. The bad old days of 2016 and early 2017 when we were losing jobs at an annualized rate of two to two and half percentage points (roughly 8,000 jobs […]
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