Leading You to a Better Way.
Our Core Belief
There is a better way to invest; one that puts you – the client – first, and applies a disciplined philosophy to achieve your financial goals.
Your financial journey begins with a clear roadmap, a customized plan to get you where you want to be.
For over 30 years, we’ve guided clients like you through life’s twists and turns, always providing a steady hand on the wheel.
Wherever you want your journey to lead, you can trust that Capital Directions knows the way.
A Better Way to Achieve Your Financial Goals
Our consultative, client-centric approach is designed to map out your financial goals and lay out a long-term investment plan to get you there.
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A Better Way to Do the 401(k)
Smart investing is critical when your employees’ retirement is at stake. Capital Directions understands the importance of offering a retirement plan that inspires confidence and keeps costs low.
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A Better Way to Run Your RIA
If you’re an independent financial advisor who wants to spend more quality time with clients and less time managing day-to-day administrative tasks, Capital Directions can assist you with a full range of back-office support and portfolio management services.
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