Bayside Financial Group

Imagine a firm with experienced, independent professionals who are focused single-mindedly on the accomplishment of your most cherished financial goals. Welcome to Bayside Financial Group.

Our mission is to provide independent and objective financial solutions in a warm, friendly, professional environment.

Our ideal clients are conservative by nature and prudent with money. They have the ability to manage their own financial affairs, but understand that time is better spent doing what they love. Our clients are retired or nearing retirement. They are professionals, business owners, retirees, and public employees who want to grow their wealth and efficiently pass it on to the next generation.

If you have $500,000 or more, Bayside Financial Group is here to help you visualize your ideal lifestyle and develop the financial strategies to reach them. While all of our clients are unique, they have one thing in common; they want a long-term, independent advisory relationship with open communication and clearly defined goals and objectives.  We look forward to hearing from you.

 

Wealth Advisor

Doug Grover, CFP®, has built a successful career helping his clients prepare and enjoy their retirements.  He specializes in showing his clients how to avoid outliving their money.  His clients are conservative by nature and prudent with money and are interested i

Office Manager

Over the last 20 years, Wendy has worked as a sales & marketing professional in the automotive aftermarket and sports industry, and also helped run a small nonprofit organization.  Her experience includes new business development overseeing multi-million dollar budgets; managing a

Bayside Financial Group manages assets for individuals and families, providing investment management, and financial planning services.

 

Financial Planning

(through Cambridge)
 

Retirement Planning

(through Cambridge)
 

Insurance

(through Bayside Financial Group)
 

Investments

(through Broker/Dealer Cambridge Investment Research, Inc.)

Latest Blog Posts

Most people are aware that they can begin collecting their Social Security retirement payout at age 62, and, in doing so, they are informed that they will be collecting a reduced benefit. And most people also know that, the longer they wait to collect benefits, they will receive a higher monthly benefit.
Until recently, many retirees have been able to rely upon the three-legged stool of retirement income sources: A defined benefit pension plan that guarantees a lifetime income, their own savings, and Social Security.
The quick answer is “it depends.” But, for the 33 percent of retirees who now rely more heavily on their Social Security benefits to sustain their lifestyle, the answer takes on even more significance. Generally, your income from Social Security is not taxable on its own; but when it’s combined with other sources of income for tax reporting purposes, a porti