Sherman Wealth Management – Your Financial Concierge

Tell Us About Yourself

Young Professionals

I am establishing my career or starting a family, and I need to get serious about my finances. 

Thriving Professionals

I’m hitting my stride in my career, and I want to be proactive in building my wealth. 

Pre-Retirees

I’m close to retirement, and I want a financial advisor who can provide guidance during this transition. 

What Is Your Risk Number?

The stock market can be thrilling during bull markets and terrifying during deep recessions. The key to successful investing is to not act on greed or fear, but rather establish a sound, long-term investment strategy aligned to your risk tolerance and stick to it despite Wall Street hype and media noise.

When you work with us, we create an investment strategy that takes into account how comfortable you are with risk. Whether you’re an aggressive investor who wants to participate in both the upside and downside volatility of the stock market, or you want to play it conservatively and protect your money at the cost of fully capturing the rewards of a bull market, we’ll create a customized investment strategy to help you feel confident despite the market’s ups and downs.

Are you a risk taker or a conservative investor? Find out your risk number by taking our investment risk analysis today.

5 More Financial Mistakes to Avoid in Your 20s and 30s

You’ve made the commitment to start “adult-ing,” a very important first step. Don’t start to build from the roof down, though: make sure that you’re laying a strong financial foundation. In our last post we talked about 8 Financial Mistakes to Avoid in Your 20s and 30s. Here are five more money mistakes to watch out for: 1. Going on a Financial Blind Date With Your Significant Other: Not Having the Money Talk First Talking […]

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8 Financial Mistakes to Avoid in Your 20s and 30s

Your 20s and 30s are an exciting time. You’re starting to build the life you envision for yourself, or perhaps you’re still seeking out new experiences to learn more about yourself and your goals. These are years when we expect to learn and grow by exploring jobs and careers, cultural experiences, social experiences and other educational opportunities. But too many of us forget to explore and master one of the most critical parts of building […]

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A Rate Hike from the Fed Doesn’t Mean a Panic Hike for You

Last week the Federal Reserve raised its key short-term interest rate to a range between .75% and 1%, the first increase this year and the highest it has been since the Fed lowered rates in response to the financial crisis of 2008. Why does it matter? This rate determines the interest rate at which the banks themselves borrow short term. The increase in the banks’ rate is then passed on to their borrowers, through climbing […]

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Don’t let Financial Differences Lead to Divorce

Financial differences rank among the leading causes of divorce among couples, both young and old. The statistics are alarming, but perhaps not surprising. How we handle money is not usually a topic of that comes up while we are dating. As a result most couples don’t discuss financial compatibility before saying “I do”. When the honeymoon is over, though, and the bills start rolling in, couples often experience a reality check. While love is grand, […]

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Your Financial Plan Depends on More Than Your Age

Your Financial Plan We live in a time of great personal freedom when we have the opportunity to choose our own life goals and paths. While it’s true that very few 26-year-olds are likely to be retiring, you might be that lucky one who just sold an app to Facebook and is considering philanthropy. While most people start families in their 20s or 30s, you might be that 40-year-old who’s just about to adopt a […]

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