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What Makes Us Different

With other firms, you get one advisor. With us, you get a multi-generational, credentialed team.

Helping You Plan for the Future

Our Wealth Navigation System (WNS) can provide clarity no matter what phase of life you’re in.

Coordinated Planning for Businesses

From exit planning strategies to retirement programs, we’ll help keep your business on track.

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What is Wealth Management?

Your financial life is about more than just your investment accounts. It encompasses everything that can potentially impact your bottom line, including risks and opportunities that are present today or in the future.

Wealth management means effectively navigating you through every risk and opportunity that you may face in order to efficiently arrive at your desired outcome. Click on the interactive financial chart to find out how you can plan for your next financial decision.

Are You on Track?

Click below to see if you’re on track toward reaching your retirement and/or other financial goals.

Your Questions Deserve Simple Answers

Uncertainty is a major cause of financial stress. We understand that, regardless of what your concerns are, uncertainty can weigh heavily on your mind. At CarsonAllaria Wealth Management, we believe that by clearly understanding the role of each member of your financial team, as well as the strategies that are being implemented, that uncertainty can be illeviated. That’s why we are committed to providing consistent client education, communicating in plain terms, and providing clear answers to your questions.

We work with clients who desire to find a partner in managing their wealth and who value the benefits of having a solid financial plan. Whether you are retired or within 10 years of retirement, or you have accumulated wealth, we can provide a high level of value by not only overseeing one area of your financial plan, but helping you with all aspects of your financial life. We have had the pleasure of working with clients from all professional backgrounds, but have especially gained an expertise in working with business owners and medical professionals.
One of our main priorities is to make your life easier. We will take the lead on your financial life. Our team will analyze and make recommendations for your retirement plan, your risk management plan, and your portfolio. And, we are proactive in coordinating with your tax and estate planning professionals to make sure your financial plan is sound in all areas.  Our mission is to make sure that you are as financially efficient as possible. In short, we do what we do, so you can do what you do.
First, we have to learn what’s most important to you in your life and what role money plays in your goals and objectives. We do this by first listening to you. Then, we can start developing a plan of action and a schedule for implementation. Most importantly, our services are ongoing. Your journey is unique and you will need to adapt along the way. As you age, and as your family grows and your situation changes, we will monitor your circumstances, make new recommendations, and implement strategies to secure your future.

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2. Meet with us for a Complimentary Review

3. Get Your Personalized Strategy

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CarsonAllaria Wealth Management
2246 S. State Route 157, Suite 225
Glen Carbon, IL 62034

Serving Greater St. Louis

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Email: info@carsonallaria.com

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*73% of financial advisors do not have a succession plan. Study conducted by the Financial Planning Association and Janus Henderson Investors. Statistic was cited in the CNBC.com article at https://www.cnbc.com/2019/04/29/a-majority-of-financial-advisors-lack-a-succession-plan.html