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 Understanding Today’s Financial Environment

For more than a decade, our focus has been to provide unique client-centered strategies to high-net worth individuals and families as well as smaller institutional clients. The Monolithe Wealth Planning Group offers the security and trusted, unbiased knowledge that comes with an independent firm. We are committed to inspiring our clients in making informed decisions through education, communication and service which exceeds their expectations. Everyone at the Monolithe Group has a tremendous passion for managing wealth and will continue building evolving strategies which make sense to investors in the current economy.

Imagine the investment world as a vast constantly moving ocean. We work to build a deep relationship with our clients to make sure we properly define our clients' objectives as we nagivate through this economic ocean with its constant legislative changes and socio-economic objectives. We help build a lighthouse on that destination, and then work towards having our clients ship arrive there in the most efficient way possible. Please take a moment to view our 4 minute video to help explain the value of diversifying investments across an asset allocation and our apporach to protecting and building wealth.


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