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Advisor Services

  • Financial Planning
    • -Estate Planning
    • -Comprehensive Financial Planning
    • -Retirement Planning
    • -College Planning
    • -Charitable Planning
    • -Other Financial Planning
    • -Tax Planning
  • Insurance
    • -Life Insurance
    • -Health Insurance
    • -Long-Term Care Insurance
    • -Property & Casualty Insurance
    • -Other Insurance
  • Portfolio Management
    • -Individuals and/or Small Businesses
    • -Businesses or Institutional Clients
    • -Other Portfolio Management
  • Other
    • -Publication of Periodicals or Newsletters
    • -Selection of Other Advisors


Funds Used With Clients

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Firm Client types



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Employer Years Dates
Adam Clark Harding 4 years Feb 2016 - Present
Alpha Fiduciary 3 years Jan 2013 - Jan 2016
Oxford Investment Partners 8 months Apr 2012 - Dec 2012
Oxford Investment Partners 2 years, 9 months Mar 2010 - Dec 2012
Bowen & Bailey LLP 3 years, 10 months May 2006 - Mar 2010

Designations & Memberships

  • Financial Planning Association
    Financial Planning Association
    The Financial Planning Association (FPA®) is the largest membership organization for personal financial planning experts in the U.S. and includes professionals from all backgrounds and business models. We help connect thousands of consumers to competent and ethical planners who uphold the FPA Standard of Care.
  • Certified Financial Planner
    Certified Financial Planner
    A standard certification for advisors, designees are exposed to nearly 100 topics on integrated financial planning. Major topics include, but not limited to: insurance, employee benefits, securities, state and federal tax, estate tax and planning, asset protection, etc.

Articles and Answers

Insights by Adam Harding

How to Win at Investing
Published 2017-03-21 19:24:13
    *Articles are published by advisors without compensation.


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    Have 4 different 403(b)/401(k) due to changes in employer. Would there be an advantage to combining the accounts?
    If you don't need a 401(k) loan and you're interested in simplicity, then yes it probably makes sense to consolidate them in an IRA. In any event, here are some pros/cons: Pros: - 401(k)s may have administrative fees and an IRA may have a better cost structure. This should be evaluated on a case-b...  (more)
    Answered Mar 2017
    What % of 401k Plans offer etfs today?
    Very few plans offer ETFs because it's slightly more difficult to track a target asset allocation when dealing with shares (like an ETF) rather than partial shares (like a mutual fund). Also, intraday trading causes ETFs to be subject to greater order placing complexity than a fund that only trades ...  (more)
    Answered Mar 2017
    Conversion from IRA to Roth IRA?
    You need to fill out a Roth conversion form provided by the firm where the IRA is held. Like the other advisor said, you'll owe tax on any growth that's occurred, and that tax will need to be claimed in whatever year you make the conversion. In the future you need to do what is called a "backdoor R...  (more)
    Answered Mar 2017
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      Licenses & Conducts

      U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
      • license status
      • disclosures
      • as of date
        Jan 31, 2020
      • license status
        Not registered
      • disclosures
      • as of date
      Review the status and details of the disclosures noted above using the SEC's Investment Advisor Public Disclosure website:


      Harding, Adam Clark

      Last updated on Jan. 30, 2020
        • $42.6M
          Total Assets Under Management
        • N/A
          Total Assets Under Advisement
        • 260
        • $163.8K
          Estimated Average Account Balance


      Types of Compensation Arrangements

      • Percentage Of Assets
      • Fixed Fees