Setting a goal is just the first step. You need a plan and the right tools to achieve your goals. Commerce offers advice, products, and an array of investment options to help you put your plan in action.
Objective advice from an experienced and knowledgeable advisor can help you sort through your investment priorities, make sense of the news headlines, and adjust to changes in your life that impact your financial goals. An objective advisor will help you take the emotion out of investing and make progress toward your goals.
We know that you are investing for a reason. That is why we take the time to understand your goals, tolerance for risk, and time horizon to help you select the right mix of investments. You have access to a variety of investments from stocks, bonds, and mutual funds to managed accounts, REITs, and more.
For most people, saving for retirement means investing money into an IRA (individual retirement arrangement), annuity, or an employee-sponsored plan like a 401(k). Commerce provides access to accounts that help you to grow your money while potentially receiving tax benefits so you can enjoy the benefit of your investment decisions after you retire.1
1 Consult your tax advisor
2 Insurance products sold through Commerce Insurance Services, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Commerce Bank.
Mutual funds, annuities, and other investment products:
May lose value
No bank guarantee
Commerce Brokerage Services, Inc., member FINRA, SIPC, is a wholly owned subsidiary of Commerce Bank. Commerce Trust Company is a division of Commerce Bank. Commerce Family Office is a unit of Commerce Trust Company.
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