Mayport Wealth Management
Mayport founder Adam Grossman is a fee-only fiduciary advisor and a Chartered Financial Analyst. He earned an MBA from the MIT Sloan School. Mayport was founded on the belief that quality investment advice can be delivered for a reasonable, flat fee. Mayport’s mission is to create and implement a financial plan that will meet both your short-term and long-term goals so that you can focus on your career and your family, with the comfort of knowing that you have a solid plan in place. Our investment approach emphasizes simplicity, low-cost and tax-sensitivity.
Comprehensive Wealth Management includes:
Financial plan: Understanding your goals then preparing a detailed plan to work toward those goals.
Investment management: We develop an investment strategy for each of your accounts then manage your accounts according to this strategy. Retirement plan guidance: For your 401(k) or 403(b), Mayport will help you choose a set of funds that fits your plan and keeps your costs low.
Financial consultation: If business or investment opportunities are presented to you, we can help you analyze them. And, Mayport is available to answer other financial questions that may come up.
Web portal: To help you monitor progress toward your goals, Mayport’s web portal provides a consolidated view of your entire financial picture in one organized location.
- Services: Financial planning, investment management
- Fee Structure: Flat-fee
- Location: Boston, MA
- Mayport Wealth Management Application, ADV2
- Website, [email protected], (617)545-5700
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Fixed annual retainers ranging from $10,000 to $20,000, depending upon the complexity of the client’s situation. The size of the client’s account does not necessarily impact the fee. Examples of factors that increase complexity include: a large, pre‐existing portfolio of individual stocks; private investments or outside business interests; or ongoing, complex, estate planning needs. Fees are fixed for a year at a time and may stay the same, increase or decrease each year as the client’s situation evolves.