Becoming a Client
“At Kahler Financial Group, we believe that financial planning is a set of processes and these processes must be learned and tailored to each individual situation. We believe that financial planning starts with the way we think, and is shaped by the things we have observed and experienced in our past and present lives. The process used by our certified financial planners in Rapid City for many different clients across South Dakota is atypical to most large planning firms and is focused on each individual clients’ needs and desires. With this in mind, we have developed a process to enable both our advisers and our potential clients to discover whether or not KFG is a good fit for them.”
Step 1: Initial Interview Form
Completing the form below provides our advisers a snapshot of your current financial situation. This information is valuable in initiating the financial planning and investment management process.
Please click the link below to complete the forms.
Step 2: Request a Meeting
Once you have filled out the above form, you will request a meeting by hitting the button below. Our client service staff will then contact you to schedule a meeting. During this meeting, we will discuss your personal and financial objectives. We will also describe the financial planning and investment philosophy used by our certified financial planners and retirement advisors in Rapid City, to help you determine whether our services are right for you.
Step 3: Introduction Surveys
Completing our Introduction surveys will give you insight into what it looks like to be a client of our firm and help us to get to know you better. These surveys contain various statements that you will rate based on how well they describe you, your thoughts, and your situation.
Please click the links below to begin the surveys.
Step 4: Engagement Meeting
If you decide to engage our services, our certified financial planners in Rapid City will meet with you to outline the parameters of our client/adviser relationship. This meeting will kick off a sequence of on-boarding meetings in order to gather the necessary information to draft your financial plan.