What to bring

When starting the financial planning process, we recommend you bring the following to the meeting:

  • Paystubs or Earnings Statments
  • Statements for all your financial accounts
  • Statements for retirement accounts at work such as 401(k)s, including the list of investments available in the plan
  • Statements for all your bank accounts, including due dates on CDs
  • Statements for credit cards not paid off in the previous month
  • Statements for any other debts, including the interest rates
  • Employer benefit books
  • Information on pension amounts at retirement and cost of living adjustment (COLA)
  • Mortgage statement
  • Tax return for the most recent year
  • Amount spent on expenses (If you prefer to use a spreadsheet, please complete this Expenses Spreadsheet and email it to us prior to the meeting)
  • Social Security statements
  • Life insurance policies and most recent annual statement for permanent life insurance policies with a cash value

Please fill out the Objectives Sheet  and bring to your first meeting

Waddell & Reed offers financial planning services in its capacity as a Registered Investment Adviser.  For more information request a copy of the Waddell & Reed, Inc. Financial Planning Advisory Services Brochure for a complete discussion of these services and the fees associated with them.   

04/13