Hammond Investment Advisor

Hammond Investment Advisor

Hammond Investment Advisor

Hammond Investment Advisor

Investing money is one tool that can be employed to increase your personal wealth. However, investing money is not a guaranteed option for growing one’s net worth, nor is it without consequence and risk. At Harvest Wealth Partners, our Hammond investment advisors have spent years studying the best investment practices, as well as advising clients like you on which investments to make. For guidance in taking steps to help increase your assets, call our Hammond investment advisors today. We are here to serve you.

What Is an Investment Advisor?

Similar to financial advisors, investment advisors provide advice, recommendations, and guidance regarding a number of different investment options. While an investment advisor should have a financial background and certification, note that an Investment Advisor Representative (IAR) is a licensed and certified professional who is authorized to work for an investment advisory company. In order to receive the IAR designation, a professional must be properly registered and must have completed a credentialing exam first. Investment advisors typically charge by collecting an hourly rate, a flat fee for service, a quarterly/annual fee, or through a combination of fees and commissions. Be sure to ask your advisor how they’ll charge you before you hire them. 

In addition to IARs, a Registered Investment Advisor (RIA) is another important designation to know. RIAs refer to people (or firms) who advise high net-worth individuals. These types of professionals must register with any state regulatory agencies, as well as the Securities and Exchange Commission. What’s more, RIAs are fiduciaries, which means that they have a legal obligation to act within their clients’ best interests. 

Services Offered by Our Hammond Investment Advisors

Our Hammond investment advisors offer a wide range of investment-related services. Some of the topics that we work with our clients to discuss and navigate include:

  • The differences between stocks, bonds, and mutual funds;
  • The differences between actively managed funds and index funds;
  • What types of funds to buy and why;
  • Rates of returns;
  • Common risks associated with different types of investments;
  • Investments and taxable income vs. tax-deferred investments;
  • How to best mitigate investment-related taxes; 
  • What types of investments to make for retirement;
  • Retirement planning; 
  • Duration of investments; and 
  • Investment types and opportunities that are appropriate for your financial situations and personal financial goals.

We Take a Personalized Approach to Serving You

At Harvest Wealth Partners, our Hammond investment advisors never take a one-size-fits-all approach to helping our clients understand their investment options and make investment decisions. Instead, we work with you on a one-on-one basis to identify your goals and your plans for the future; from there, we’ll offer investment advice that is specific to you

Learn More About Our Hammond Investment Advisors Today

To learn more about our Hammond investment advisors and how our team can serve you and help you meet your investment goals, please call our team directly today or send us a message telling us more about your situation and goals. We always offer initial meetings free of charge so that you can get to know our Hammond investment advisors and learn more about services first. 


Contact Us Today

We Are Your Partners for Years to ComeHarvest Wealth Partners is committed to helping our clients work towards a
successful future. We believe in your potential to understand the financial options that
can lead you to your goals. Call us today to partner with our team. We look forward to
continuing our mission for years to come.

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