Bridgeworth, LLC is an independent Registered Investment Adviser (RIA), a wealth management firm focused on acting in our clients’ interests at all times.
2016: A Year in Review
Each year, as we look back at the previous twelve months, it is hard not to be reminded of a few axioms. One is that financial markets and successful investing have little to do with the calendar or a twelve-month increment of time. Companies and financial markets are numerous and investors typically have very long investing time horizons, so a “year … read more
Bridgeworth, LLC is pleased to announce the addition of Patti B. Black, CFP® and Jonathan E. Millican, CFP®. Prior to joining Bridgeworth, Black and Millican were with Kinsight, LLC where Black served as Senior Financial Planner and Millican served as Director of Financial Planning Operations managing a team of 4 financial planners, 2 paraplanners. Bridgeworth, LLC is one of the region’s largest fiduciary wealth … read more
DeLynn Zell, CFP®, Managing Partner, Participates in Birmingham Business Journal’s Insights into Financial Planning
The following is an excerpt from the May 27, 2016 issue of the Birmingham Business Journal which featured managing partner DeLynn Zell.
Q. How can I create an ideal financial plan for the different stages of my life?
Zell: There is no way to create a plan one time that is suitable for every stage of life. A plan isn’t something you do once, put on … read more
We are pleased to share our 2016 Holiday Giving non-profits making a difference in our communities. Bridgeworth will make a donation to each of these organization in honor of our clients. While there are numerous deserving organizations in our community, we have chosen three that have special meaning to the Bridgeworth members. These organizations have touched the lives of our families and clients this … read more
Donald Trump has completed his landmark quest and will become the nation’s 45th President after a contentious and often divisive campaign. In addition, the Republican Party has retained control of both houses of Congress. This outcome marks a significant reversal from just a few weeks ago when a Hillary Clinton presidency was highly probable and even a Democratic party sweep of Congress was possible.
While this … read more