Cost-Effective, Comprehensive, and Consultative
Our Managed Account division offers the individual investor access to institutional type investing opportunities that many times are reserved for the super-affluent. We have over 30-separate managed portfolios to help meet your specific investment goals. If you are concerned about the protection and risk management of your accounts a complimentary consultation may be in order.
Your TradeWell™ Advisor Will Help You Assess Your Goals, Address Your Financial Concerns, and Monitor Your Progress along the way
Your managed account is a customized portfolio of stocks and cash, or cash equivalents, which is guided by your TradeWell™ investment representative, who buys and sells securities for your portfolio on your behalf. On our Managed Account Platform we evaluate each position in your account on a systematic, non-emotional, monthly basis. This tactical approach to investing can prove to be a benefit as we may remove an under-performing company’s stock when it no longer meets our strict criteria.
Because you directly own the securities within your account, you have the option to specify investment options. If you have Social Concerns with the types of companies you may be invested we offer platforms that are sensitive to these concerns.
The Giving Fund (donor-advised fund)
A Giving Fund with National Christian Foundation (NCF) is an easy-to establish, low-cost, flexible account for charitable giving that is a popular alternative to creating a private foundation. Also known as a donor-advised fund, it’s the fastest growing charitable vehicle in America today.
A Giving Fund works like a charitable checking account, but instead of depositing money and writing checks, you contribute all types of assets (cash, stocks, non-liquid assets), receive an income tax deduction at the time of the donation, and then go online to recommend grants to your favorite ministries and Churches.
As fee-based investment advisors and Fiduciaries, we do not charge up-front commissions to manage your affairs. We offer an all-inclusive fee arrangement that covers all the managed account services we provide. A portion of the annualized fee, based on the total value of your portfolio, is charged to your account each month and you do not have to worry about writing a check. Advisory Fees that are paid often times can be deducted on your Schedule A on your US-1040. Please consult with your Tax Advisor to see if you would be able to qualify for this deduction.
Mike Albertson is an Investment Adviser Representative. Advisory services offered through Secure Asset Management, LLC (SAM) a Registered Investment Adviser.
Bryan Putt is an Investment Adviser Representative and a Registered Representative. Advisory Services are offered through Secure Asset Management, LLC (SAM) a Registered Investment Adviser. Securities are offered through Aurora Securities, Inc. (ASI) Member: FINRA/SIPC.
Tradewell Tax and Financial is not an affiliated company of (SAM) or (ASI).
Representatives of Tradewell Tax and Financial are authorized in states where they are properly registered. Mike Albertson: FL, IN, KY, OH, SC and Bryan Putt: IN. Clients who are not residents of these states cannot be serviced.
This website is not intended to provide investment, legal, or tax advice, nor to effect securities transactions or to render personal advice for compensation. Tradewell Tax & Financial is not engaged in the practice of law. All insurance recommendations offered through Indiana Tax Advisory Group, Inc. Mike Albertson is President of Indiana Tax Advisory Group, Inc.
There are no assurances that you will achieve your investment objectives. All investment strategies have the potential for profit or loss. Changes in investment strategies, economic conditions, contributions, or withdrawals may materially alter the performance of your portfolio. Past performance is no guarantee of future success. We provide no guarantee that any portfolio will match or outperform any benchmark.
Recommendations and advice are based on information provided by the client that is presumed to be accurate. The financial planning process is not stagnant and must be adjusted based upon changes in the client's personal and financial situation, liquidity needs, investment objectives, and risk tolerance. Clients are responsible for notifying us immediately if their personal and financial circumstances or goals change.