Don’t build your savings without building your life.
Imagine driving through life only to discover you've been going the wrong way all along. Get clear on your values so you know where you want your money to take you.
Experiences > things.
Your favorite stories come from experiences, not the things you buy. Don't let the consumerism culture dictate how you spend money.
More money ≠ more happiness.
True wealth is the ability to spend your time in a way that is aligned with your core values. More money can't replace your kid's missed soccer games.
The concept of retirement is obsolete.
Don't defer your life until "retirement". Work part-time. Take a year off. Start a business. Travel the world. Who cares? Never live your life wondering "what if"?
Build optionality into your financial plan.
Nobody can predict where you will be in 30 years. Live in the moment and plan for optionality in the future.
The most important financial decisions occur in your 30s and 40s.
Life transitions = money transitions. It's better to prevent financial mistakes than to fix them in 20 years.
YOUR VALUES & LIFE STAGE
You’re a travel-loving young family who doesn’t buy into the "9 – 5, work-until-you’re-65" concept. Your goal is to spend your time exactly how you want so you can pursue work you love, while having the lifestyle flexibility to spend quality time with the people you love most.
You have >$200k of household income and you meet one (or more!) of these criteria:
Sound familiar? Great - you can click on the life stage below for more details about the clients we help!
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Uncertain about the direction for your money
Excited and motivated; you have a clear vision of what you want your money to accomplish for you
Anxious about the direction for your money
Relaxed; you have a plan to pay off your debt
Conflicted about the direction for your money
Resolved; you have balance between experiencing life now and saving for the future
Confused about your equity compensation
Confident; you better understand how your equity compensation fits into your financial life
Worried about taking care of your family
Comforted; your family will be taken care of financially if something were to happen to you
Strapped for time to manage your financial life
Freed; you outsource your financial management and concerns to a professional
We always act in your best interest.
Fixed fees, no questions asked.
No products, no insurance, no BS.
Andrew Mastro, CFA, CFP®, CAIA Founder & President
Wrought Advisors was founded because you should have the option to work with a commission-free advisor, without the conflicts of interest of old Wall Street. By implementing, the Wrought Roadmap, my proprietary financial planning process, I help my clients reduce taxes, invest, and make smart financial decisions so you feel confident in the choices you are making today and the plans you make for the future. I love what I do and it brings me such fulfillment to see my clients’ succeed.
I’ve been interested in history, finance, and psychology since I was a kid growing up in Ocean City, New Jersey. After graduating from The College of New Jersey with honors, I began my financial services career in the alternative investment industry (private equity, hedge funds, and commercial real estate) first with Merrill Lynch Alternative Investments in Princeton, New York, and Boston and then with FS Investments based in Philadelphia. I grew tired of getting on airplanes for work and being away from my family so with the entrepreneurial spirit calling me I began my wealth management practice at Merrill Lynch and then I founded the independent and fee-only firm Wrought Advisors.
I am married to my beautiful and patient wife and together we reside in Haddonfield, NJ with our two young daughters and Labrador Retriever. I enjoy traveling and sharing new experiences with my girls and coaching their sports teams. Giving back to my community is important to me so I am a member of the Rotary Club of Haddonfield where we support many local, regional, and even some international projects. With whatever free time is left to me I love to read, work on home improvement projects, jog with my dog, cycle, ski, and squeeze in the increasingly rare round of golf.