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Life Planning

The first step in building a portfolio is to determine the things that matter most to you and what you really want your money to do.
While financial planning is unquestionably important, it’s only one aspect of a larger challenge – assessing and reassessing your personal priorities, values, aspirations and obligations, and taking the steps you need to achieve them.

That’s why, at Contango, we ask our clients to focus not on whether their portfolio has outperformed the S&P 500, the Russell 1000 or their neighbor’s rare coin collection, but on whether they will have the funds they need when they need them – to accomplish whatever may be important to them.

 

Wealth Management
Perhaps the biggest risk every investor faces is that of not achieving the goals he or she considers essential. Learn More

Private Business Financial Strategies
Whether you’re considering selling your business, transferring it to family members or restructuring the company, the choices you make will ripple through to your personal finances and those of your family. Learn More