Joshua Trubow| MSFP, CFP®
Sensible Financial Planning and Management
(781) 642-0890 x115
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- Retirement Planning
- Investment Management
- Tax Planning
- Estate Planning
- Insurance Services
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Waltham, MA 02453
Fee-Only & Fiduciary
The National Association of Personal Financial Advisors (NAPFA) is the country's leading association of fee-only and fiduciary financial planners.
Josh Trubow is a Fee Only Financial planner in Waltham, MA. Josh Trubow is a NAPFA-Registered Financial Advisor and a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ Professional.
Josh Trubow joined Sensible Financial in 2011 as an Investment Operations Analyst. Prior to joining Sensible Financial he worked as an associate at a tax accounting company helping individuals and small businesses prepare and file their taxes. Josh has volunteered with the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program and is passionate about helping to give back to his community.
Josh earned both a B.A. in Finance and an M.S. in Financial Planning from Bentley University. He is a Certified Financial Planner® Certificant and an active member of the National Association of Personal Financial Advisors (NAPFA). He has taken courses in trusts, gifts and estates, federal taxation of income, portfolio management, the psychology of financial planning, and estate planning.
Josh is a soccer enthusiast (he played at Bentley) and enjoys playing in his free time. Along with soccer, Josh is also a Boston sports fan and tries to catch games at the Garden whenever possible.
We founded Sensible Financial Planning and Management in 2002 to make state-of-the-art, unbiased and personalized financial advice more widely available, especially to people who haven’t been comfortable using a financial advisor or who thought they couldn’t afford one. Deregulation and ever falling computing costs are steadily increasing competition in financial services, potentially benefiting consumers. Lower priced, higher quality financial products are increasingly available.
Unfortunately, access to more good products hasn’t helped people figure out which ones to buy. People need independent advice to make sound choices in their own best interest. But the sales commissions paid by some financial products provide incentives for salespeople to sell products that produce large commissions for themselves, not necessarily the ones that best fill the needs of their customers.
Declining computing costs have enabled experts in financial planning and investment strategy to translate their approaches into computer software. This software’s strength – leading-edge customized advice – can’t overcome its weakness – people often don’t understand how complex software works and are unwilling to rely on the results. However, there is enormous potential – a skilled advisor can harness the software’s full power to deliver high-quality advice tailored to each client’s circumstances at a reasonable price. We use the best software available to develop and deliver advice systematically, and efficiently. We recommend excellent products that don’t pay commissions (and don’t need to).
Each year, we deliver more financial plans, and advise more clients on how to invest and manage their assets. That so many people and families trust us to advise them about issues so central to their lives and dreams is a great honor. We invite you to join them (and us).