The WealthSource planning process is built to give us a deep and meaningful understanding of you, your goals, and your finances. Whether you are planning for a second home, a new adventure, or retirement, we can help you make smart choices — and get there faster.
Some of the best things in life begin with a human-to-human connection. That is why the first thing we do is schedule a personal conversation.
Solid financial plans begin with setting the right goals. Are you planning to educate your children, retire, launch a business, care for an aging loved one, buy a rental property, or rebuild your finances after a divorce? Every major life decision comes with rewards, challenges — and planning opportunities. Let our team guide the way.
Financial facts form the foundation of a solid plan. But if you are like most people, your financial life may not be in perfect order. That might mean dusty folders, forgotten passwords, missing account statements, perhaps even an orphaned 401(k) account or two. This is why we help you get organized first. Together, we will gather all the details to help ensure that the plan considers every relevant goal, timeline, and resource.
Once we have all the important details, our team of experienced financial planners, investment professionals, and researchers can get to work! The goal is to craft a financial plan and a portfolio that’s personal, comprehensive — and agile enough to handle future surprises.
The true value of any plan is in its disciplined execution. Whether you need a tax reduction strategy, a rebalanced portfolio, or new estate documents, we begin by defining specific next steps based on urgency and priority. Our goal is to capture time-sensitive opportunities — and to help you make steady progress toward getting your financial life in order.
Just-in-time answers to your questions between scheduled meetings
Behind-the-scenes continuous monitoring of account activity
Refine the plan to ensure your resources are aligned with your goals
Re-assess your goals, resources, income streams, timelines, and options
Kelly started his career in 1998 in the accounting industry and then ventured into the financial services industry in 2006 as a personal wealth advisor in order to expand his service offerings and practice. During his career, he has operated a tax practice focusing on high-net-worth individuals and closely-held businesses, and was a Senior Tax Accountant and a Tax Manager for Deloitte & Touche, LLP in Denver prior to obtaining his CFP® certification. His experience in income tax planning and compliance, small business consulting, estate planning, and investment management allows him to deliver a comprehensive approach to his client’s financial needs. In addition to traditional financial planning services, Kelly offers tax planning and compliance services to his clients.
Kelly earned a B.S. Business degree in accounting from the University of Idaho, and a Master of Taxation degree from the University of Denver.
He is a member of the Financial Planning Association, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Colorado Society of Certified Public Accountants. Kelly enjoys cooking with his wife Patti, and outdoor recreation in the Colorado mountains with his three sons.
Tax planning, advisory and compliance; bookkeeping; and tax return preparation and filing services offered through Elsensohn & Associates, P.C. and/or Kelly Elsensohn (Colorado CPA License # CPA.0016850) in his individual capacity as a licensed CPA. WealthSource is not an accounting firm and Elsensohn & Associates, P.C. and WealthSource are independent and unaffiliated entities.
The Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards Inc. owns the certification marks CFP®, CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™, CFP® (with plaque design) and CFP® (with flame design) in the U.S., which it awards to individuals who successfully complete CFP Board’s initial and ongoing certification requirements.
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David has a passion for helping to improve peoples’ financial lives and advising clients on their financial futures.
Prior to joining WealthSource, David was a Workplace Planning Consultant with Fidelity Investments. He worked with 401(k) participants and helped hundreds of clients define their key retirement goals and explore appropriate strategies to reach them. His focus was primarily on savings, income, and cash flow management in the years leading up to retirement.
Previously, David was a Financial Advisor with Bank of the West, with clients throughout Northern Colorado. He specialized primarily in income planning through strategies involving investing and annuity solutions to help generate steady retirement income.
David graduated from Colorado State University, earning a degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Finance. He is a Chartered Financial Analyst® (CFA®) Charterholder and member of CFA® Society Colorado. Outside of the office, David enjoys playing golf and following Denver sports. He lives in Parker, CO with his wife and their two dogs.
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