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The Braddock Group
Our team builds relationships with a limited number of families to guide their transfer of wealth, perspective, and values through generations. Our team’s members are likeminded, yet come from different cultures, regions of the country, and most importantly, generations. This allows us to focus our practice to help families create wealth management plans that don't end with one generation, but instead act as fluid documents designed to work over decades. We believe in providing guidance that weaves philanthropy and estate planning together as this allows the family to think multi-generationally; goals become purposeful and personalized rather than simply amassing wealth.
What We Do
No matter where you are in life – we’re here for you through every step of your financial journey.
Our process begins by exploring the values, culture and perspective that makes a family unique. We believe it is critical to understand the history of a family, how it functions today, and the reasons why certain goals are held above all else.
Every family has different goals, needs and challenges. Our experience shows us that most family goals do not begin and end within one generation. There are values, cultures, experiences, and relationships that need to be effectively transferred through multiple generations of a family in order for specific goals to be reached.
Special Needs Planning
Special Needs Planning is a very sensitive area of financial planning due to the complexities both in terms of how assets are structured and how family dynamics drive decision making. Beyond spending the time necessary to understand a family, we believe it is vital to understand the nature of the disability, and the relationship the disabled individual has with his or her family.
The Braddock Group specifically focuses on philanthropic planning and primarily works with clients who believe in the importance of having a strong community. Through our community involvement, we have been able to connect with a myriad of inspirational people and help organizations that we value grow and succeed.
Check out information on upcoming and past events we’re pleased to offer you, virtually and/or in person, on a variety of topics.
Recent Event: Life Happens
Meg Muldoon presented "Life Happens: Adapting Your Estate Plan For Life Events" where she discussed that as your life changes, your financial needs and goals likely will too.
Recent Event: Simple Safeguards from Cybercrime
In an increasingly digital world, it’s more important than ever to take precautions and be aware of how to stay safe from identity theft and cybercrime.
Recent Event: The Power of Feeling Your Best: Rest. Eat. Move.
What does “feeling your BEST” look like?
Stay up-to-date and in-the know about every aspect of your financial picture.
September 05, 2023
Evaluating Your College Savings Withdrawal Strategy
If you have a high school senior who will be attending college next year, you’ll need to start withdrawing from your college savings account(s).
August 02, 2023
Window of Opportunity: Leveraging the Estate and Gift Tax Exemption
In anticipation of a significant decrease of the estate and gift tax exemption limit, here are strategies to help leverage this opportunity through tax-efficient wealth transfer.
Research & Insights
Access our latest research and insights covering market news, financial planning topics, and more.
The Braddock Blog
The Braddock Blog
September Investment Perspectives
In this issue we take a look at BRICS+ and potential investment opportunities, determine if bond market supply matters, and discuss why September is a more worrisome month for stocks than October.
Are You Incorporating Secure Act 2.0 Provisions into Your Financial Plan?
SECURE Act 2.0 is designed not only to make it easier for employers to adopt and administer retirement plans, but also to help individuals save for retirement. There are nearly 100 provisions in this new legislation. Some of these, which are in place now or will become effective in coming years, are highlighted below.