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We know you have choices when it comes to choosing a financial planner. While we hope to embark on this journey with you, our priority is for you to find the financial planner who will be the best fit for your financial situation.
Discover what makes Morris Financial Concepts different from other financial advisors in the Charleston area. When you’re ready to learn more, give us a call to set up your complimentary 1-hour discovery session.
Since 1983, Morris Financial Concepts has operated as an independent financial planning firm located in the Charleston area. Today, we hold true to our standards of excellence set forth by Kyra Hollowell Morris. Her inclusive approach to financial planning which involves academically-proven strategies has provided the foundation for the firm’s direction for over 30 years. Learn more about our strategic planning and investment process.
As fiduciary financial planners, we are loyal to you. Bound by our own steadfast morals and professional code of ethics we will recommend or provide only the financial services you need. Our fee-only structure allows for us to remain objective. Our mission is to provide you with peace of mind and confidence. Find out more about Morris Financial Concepts’ service plan and fees.
We are passionate learners on a constant mission to expand our knowledge so we can be a valuable resource on your financial journey. The team at Morris Financial Concepts is dedicated to continued education. Learn more about our team’s certifications and commitment to service.
Our wealth management process takes a look at your whole picture, identifying and targeting your financial goals, then crafting a personalized road map for success.
The first step in the process is getting to know you.
Financial Planning is unique to your circumstances and dreams. In order for us to help you, we need to understand your personal priorities, family circumstances, and financial aspirations. We aim to build lasting relationships which will continually guide the recommendations we provide regarding your wealth.
Though everyone’s journey is different, over the course of a year you can expect our meetings to flow as follows:
Once we decide to work together we will continue the discovery process to outline your entire financial snapshot. We will look at everything from your current personal priorities and financial resources to your future desires and financial aspirations. We want to know where you desire to go and what resources you may already have in place.
Financial Independence is having the financial security to choose whether to continue working because you want to, retire on your terms, turn your hobby into a side business, or scale back. We use intentional financial planning techniques and analysis, paired with our academic investment strategy to develop a plan to give you the peace in knowing you are well on track to financial independence or already there.
We will outline and prioritize your desires for your legacy. We help you identify what sort of goodwill you want pass down, such as gifting education or supporting philanthropic organizations. We will also help you plan for unforeseen, as well as inevitable, catastrophic events. We will make sure you and your loved ones are protected and your future goals are on track.
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CFP® certification is a voluntary certification granted in the United States by Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards, Inc. It is recognized in the United States and a number of other countries for its (1) high standard of professional education; (2) stringent code of conduct and standards of practice; and (3) ethical requirements that govern professional engagements with clients. Individuals who become certified are required to complete continuing education.