Welcome to a better way to put your goals within reach.

We are Homan Wealth Advisors, an independent wealth management firm serving a select national clientele who seek a prudent investment approach. Everything we do is based on a simple fiduciary promise: to do what's right for you, no matter what.

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Working together to focus on what really matters.

What if your financial advisors actually tied the decisions you’re making with your investments with your life? What if you knew they had the experience and the team that could help you achieve your most important goals? What if they could manage a process that takes away the anxiety of the uncertain future?

Find out at Homan Wealth Advisors.

We value evidence over emotion.

For decades, Wall Street and the financial media have been attempting to sell you on the idea that stock picking and finding the ‘next best thing’ can make investors rich. We help you tune out this unhelpful noise. Our evidence-based approach has proven that a globally diverse, low-cost mix of investments in a portfolio based on an investor’s unique risk tolerance is the best way to achieve long-term financial goals.

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Is a Million Bucks Enough to Retire?

  • July 3rd, 2018

Tim Maurer offers a simple retirement stress test and asks what is perhaps the better question: What number works for you? “Wow, those guys must be millionaires!” I can recall uttering those words as a child, driving by the nicest house in our neighborhood—you know, the one with four garages filled with cars from Europe. The…

The Financial Perils of Old Age

  • July 3rd, 2018

Failing to properly plan for the costs associated with aging can have dire consequences for the retirement you envision. Larry Swedroe unpacks a resource to help investors navigate the many financial aspects of elder and long-term care. In planning for retirement, most people—and their advisors—consider issues such as: How much savings will be needed to…

Does Active Management Pay in Bond Markets?

  • May 1st, 2018

Larry Swedroe examines a new study that highlights the negative relationship between activity and performance in bond funds. Does it pay to be active in fixed-income markets? To help answer that question, Martin Rohleder, chair of Finance and Banking at the University of Augsburg, examined the performance of active fund managers in his December 2017…

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