Personalized Financial Planning

Personal financial planning is about protecting and prolonging your life’s work, along with the values that brought you here. After all, it’s not wealth you’ve accumulated. It’s a lifetime of contributions you’re being compensated for. It’s your achievements being recognized.

Whether you are just starting to build assets, contemplating a comfortable retirement, or creating a financial legacy, Bill Few Associates can help you build a comprehensive, personalized financial plan and investment strategy. As your partner, we plan for the long term, reacting to the winding road ahead and reaching clear milestones along the way. All so you and your loved ones can relax and enjoy the peace of mind that comes with financial achievement.

It’s our honor to serve you

Our Services

Our financial planning and investment expertise comes with a unique level of personalized service. In fact, we have established personal relationships with many of our clients, many of whom have been with us since our company was founded in 1987. Most importantly, we listen to what you want out of life—your hopes, your dreams, and your goals—not just during the initial planning process, but every step of the way. We meet with you on a regular basis to answer questions and make plan adjustments to keep you on track toward financial success.



Mid-Year Update – Reversion to the Mean

Reversion to the mean is a fancy statistical term for the tendency of data points to return to their historical average over longer periods of time.  As an example, according to Google, the average June rainfall in Pittsburgh is just over four inches for the month.  Could be zero, could be eight inches, but you would expect [...]

Tax Season is Over! Now Is the Time to Plan for Next Year

To the relief of taxpayers and financial professionals alike, the IRS’s April 15 federal income tax return filing deadline is now in the rearview mirror. Unless you requested a six-month extension to file your return, you have fulfilled your obligation until next spring. It’s tempting to forget about taxes altogether until next season, but looking [...]

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