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Kimberly L. Curtis, CFP®, ChFC, CLU, CAP, AEP, MSFS

Kimberly L. Curtis, CFP®, ChFC, CLU, CAP, AEP, MSFS

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Other Names: Kim L Wenglik
Firm:
Wealth Legacy Institute, Inc.
Managing Member/Chief Compliance Officer
Type: RIA
Description

Kim is president and CEO of the nationally recognized financial planning firm, Wealth Legacy Institute. Her groundbreaking work in developing a highly personal client-centric planning model was recognized in the Journal of Practical Estate Planning in 2010, winning the Editor’s Choice award. This model is the cornerstone ...(see more)

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Experience
EmployerYearsDates
Wealth Legacy Institute, Inc. 7 years, 10 months Aug 2007 - Present
American Express Financial Advisors Inc. 15 years, 4 months Apr 1992 - Aug 2007
Riversource 15 years, 4 months Apr 1992 - Aug 2007
Exams
ExamSeriesPassed Date
Uniform Investment Adviser Law ExaminationSeries 65 12/28/1999
Uniform Securities Agent State Law ExaminationSeries 63 10/22/1992
General Securities Representative ExaminationSeries 7 08/24/1992

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Level 20 Level 20 Contributor 35 Answers and 46 Financial Guides

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Answered Sep 13, 2012 near Denver, CO
34 votes
Edwin, depending on your situation, a credit report "freeze" may be appropriate. Placing a "freeze" with each credit bureau (Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion) prevents third parties from accessing your credit score. There may be a small fee associated ...(more)
Answered Oct 12, 2012 near Denver, CO
32 votes
Juanita you do not need an advisor to establish a 401(k) plan. Take a look at www.sharebuilder401k.com which is through ING Direct to get a quote. It is easy, affordable, with quality investments. If your company is a member of Costco an additional ...(more)
Answered Oct 08, 2012 near Denver, CO
31 votes
Yes, I have read this outstanding book, The Trusted Advisor, by David H. Maister, Charles Green and Robert Galford. The client often enters into a relationshp with an advisor with a high state of anxiety. What's worse, the client's caution and trepidation ...(more)
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The Difference between Women and Men, Financially Speaking (Part 1)

Published Sep 28, 2012
31 votes
Financially speaking, women often are in very different circumstances than their male counterparts. The financial headwinds specific to women can affect their ability to achieve financial security. The good news is today's women have never ...(more)

7 Keys to Unlocking Family Wealth

Published Sep 13, 2012
35 votes
Key 1: Human Capital Identify and honor each family member’s individual pursuit of happiness. Enhancing each individual’s happiness ultimately enhances the family as a whole. Respecting the family as a collective of unique individuals forms ...(more)

Consumer Protection

Published Apr 02, 2015
7 votes
As security breaches and hacking becomes more prevalent, protecting your digital self has become more essential. We’ve listed five steps to making your identity safer. 1. Check your credit report annually. Make sure all information ...(more)
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Articles/Publications

A Picture That Tells a Family's Thousand Words

Kim Curtis and David Berman demonstrate how an organized pictorial depiction- called a genogram- of various factors relating to a family's members, history and interpersonal interactions can greatly aid the family and the planner in the process of family legacy planning.

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High Net Worth Individuals
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As of Date
10/03/2014
09/10/2013
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