David Hunter

David Hunter CFP®

About David

“As an independent financial advisor we have latitude as to how we charge for our services. This allows us to tailor our fees to the amount of advice you actually need.”

David has been working as a financial planner since 2001. He holds a BSBA in Finance (Financial Planning) from Western Carolina University, where he has served on the Finance Advisory Board. David attended WCU on a full athletic scholarship where he played quarterback for the Catamounts. He earned his CFP® certification in July of 2004.

David was married in July 2002, to Misty, who is an English teacher employed with Buncombe County Schools. They had their first child, Sadie, in September 2008. David is an outgoing individual and enjoys working with people. What he enjoys most about Horizons Wealth Management is the true “team” atmosphere, as well, as building lasting relationships with clients. David was raised in Brevard and currently resides in North Asheville with his family. He enjoys spending time with family and friends, reading mystery novels, and participating in sports such as golf, basketball and other physical fitness activities. David is a loyal football fan and frequently attends high school, college, and professional ballgames.

Education

BSBA, Financial Planning, Western Carolina University

Certifications

Designations

Registrations

Firm CRD #127457

Certified Financial Planner (CFP) is a designation issued by the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards

Educational/Exam Requirements:

  • Completion of CFP-board registered study program, or alternative degree or certification, demonstrating mastery of over 100 topics surrounding financial planning
  • Pass 10 hour exam testing knowledge in financial planning situations

Prerequisites/Experience Requirements:

  • A bachelor’s degree (or higher) from an accredited college or university, and
  • Three years of full-time personal financial planning experience

Public Disciplinary Process? Yes

Continuing Education Requirements: 30 hours every two years

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We make every effort to keep information accurate and up to date.  We cannot make guarantees regarding the accuracy of the information provided on this website.



Typical Clients

People near retirement

How I Can Help

Personal Finance Retirement Investing

Fee Structure

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Typical minimum Client Assets:

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Contact:

Phone: (828) 575-0666 Address: 82 Patton Avenue, Suite 202
Asheville, NC 28801
Address: 220 N. Main Street, Suite 500
Greenville, SC 29607
davidhunter@horizonswealth.com

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Yes, you can contact the plan provider and ask for the appropriate forms.  To complete the rollover

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Yes, you can contact the plan provider and ask for the appropriate forms.  To complete the rollover you will need to have a new 401k account or a Rollover IRA open.  Either of those two accounts could receive the "Roll Over".

Be careful with how much you cash out.  I would recommend you withhold some for the taxes, plus 10% for the penalty if you are not eligible for early withdrawal.

Best wishes.

David Hunter
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You can do a rollover to a traditional IRA and rollover the Roth portion to a Roth IRA.  There are

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You can do a rollover to a traditional IRA and rollover the Roth portion to a Roth IRA.  There are no income limitiations to do so.  

Most important is to make sure they qualify it as a direct rollover, not a distribution.

Best wishes,

David Hunter
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You are on the right track.  You need to find a professional that can work with you to determine

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You are on the right track.  You need to find a professional that can work with you to determine what is available for you.  As you can see there are multiple options that all differ based on a multitude of variables.  If you have worked with a CPA in the past, they may be able to assist given their knowledge of your situation.  If not, try and find a CFP that you feel comfortable talking to.

The obvious best solution would be if you are 59.5 and can take the distributions without penalty.

Good luck with your quest.  

David Hunter
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If you have more in cash or savings than you need for an emergency fund...then I would consider paying

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If you have more in cash or savings than you need for an emergency fund...then I would consider paying down debt in a strategic way.  I would not consider taking from your IRA and paying more taxes than needed. 

You should probably use a fee-only advisor to help guide you toward the correct path.  You can find highly qualified advisors at CFP, Paladin and NAPFA.

Best wishes,

David Hunter
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IF you inherited these from you father, you can take all of the money out without any penalty. You would

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IF you inherited these from you father, you can take all of the money out without any penalty. You would only have them be income taxable at whatever bracket you fall into.

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