Proudly Serving Atlanta
1370 Center Drive
Atlanta, GA 30338
Buckingham’s Atlanta team serves retirement-minded individuals, families, professionals, and entrepreneurs by offering holistic wealth management solutions through an advisor relationship built on trust and integrity. We understand each client has a unique set of financial goals and expectations, and we can customize our solutions to create disciplined, academically based investment advice.
Our Buckingham Atlanta team focuses on you, your life, and how we can help you achieve what matters most to you. We believe your strategic vision can be achieved when there is a commitment to a customized and disciplined long-term plan. As fiduciaries and fee-only advisors, we receive no commissions, referral fees or expense reimbursements from our recommendations.
Our team collaborates with Buckingham’s national network of financial planning and investment specialists to implement strategies that solve for even the most complex financial needs. We also coordinate with other key professionals, such as attorneys and CPAs, to provide integrated planning efforts to ensure we’ve covered all the aspects of our client’s financial lives.
March 30, 2021
Semantic Satiation in Investing
Semantic satiation is a psychological phenomenon in which repetition causes a word or phrase to temporarily lose meaning for the listener, who then perceives the speech as repeated, meaningless sounds.Read the article
March 16, 2021
How Much Will It Cost? The First and Most Important Question to Design Your Financial Future
You know what the cost will be for nearly everything you spend money on, correct? Furnishing a room or two will cost $5,000. A family getaway this summer will add up to $7,500. Total expenses for your college-bound child’s education will run about $30,000 this coming year. A new car will cost $50,000. That perfect new home can be had for $800,000.Read the article
March 06, 2021
Who Manages Your Money After Death?
In the simplest situations, after your death, you leave your money outright to your spouse if he or she is living. Then, when your spouse passes, they leave the remaining money to your children. This assumes a straightforward family scenario, perhaps with only one marriage involved. Ideally, everyone is experienced with money management, has happy and stable relationships themselves, and there are no major personal issues to worry about.Read the article