Tyler J Vongsawad, CLU®, ChFC®, CASL®, CFP®, MSFS

Wealth Management Advisor

Tyler Vongsawad advises families who are striving to improve and maintain financial security. Financial security is one of several key drivers of happiness. Although its definition varies from person to person, Financial Security generally means having enough income and assets to cover expenses now and in the future. At some point, every person's earned income will stop; for most, that will mean retirement, for some a death or disability may stop their earned income prematurely. Through a careful understanding of their goals and current situation, Tyler works to find alignment between his clients' intentions and their actions. Using strategic efficiencies, such as compound interest, tax-managed investments, and insuring incomes, Tyler helps them to magnify their financial stewardship. Sometimes the memories of today are worth more than the dreams of tomorrow, so he advises on striking a proper balance to help families conquer both, encouraging them to create the legacy by which they will be remembered.

How to Save for a Down Payment on a House

There are some general rules to figure out how much house you can afford and how big a down payment you may need. 

What Is an RMD?

When you turn 72, the IRS requires you to start taking required minimum distributions from your tax-deferred retirement accounts.

Is It Better to Have a Will or a Trust?

They can both serve an important part in an estate plan. We break down the differences.

 

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