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Windus Fernandez Brinkkord, AIF®
Managing Vice President

"I help give people the vision of what their money will be able to do for them giving them clarity on what they are working towards! I want to help people reach their WHY."

WINDUS FERNANDEZ BRINKKORD

Windus is committed in helping her clients attain the wealth they need to reach their desired goals. She provides people the guidance they need to stay focused and the support required to persevere when they are least likely to do so, knowing that this will help her clients succeed.

Windus is a third generation Californian and a second generation San Diegan. She was raised in the community of Ocean Beach, which attributed to her love of the water. Today she still loves to surf and enjoys snorkeling and hiking. She is a supporter of the California State Parks System, is a Formula One racing fan and loves to travel to exotic places with her husband, Kurt. They were married in Fiji in 2004, and have since been to Peru to hike Machu Picchu and surf Costa Rica and Belize. Kurt & Windus reside in Solana Beach, California with their two children & much-loved dog Akio; who is a Shiba Inu they rescued.

Windus’ husband Kurt is a kidney cancer survivor (diagnosed in 2007). Kurt and Windus feel very strongly in supporting research to find a cure for cancer. Windus walked the “3 Day Breast Cancer” walk in November of 2006 and is a member of Imerman Angels (www.imermanangels.com). Imerman Angels is a non-profit group that works to pair cancer fighters with survivors and the families for support in persevering through their diagnosis.

Following Kurt’s cancer, the couple adopted first their son Bradley in December of 2010, and then his little sister (one year later) Eloise in December of 2011. They are amazing children that bring nothing but joy to Kurt & Windus. Bradley was just 3 weeks old when they adopted him and Eloise was 8 weeks old when they adopted her. The children are just 11 months apart!

Windus is a member of Connected Women of Influence, Hera Hub, and Corporate Alliance. Windus is currently an advisory board member for Wounded Warrior Homes. Wounded Warrior Homes strives to provide transitional housing for soldiers that have been affected by Traumatic Brain Injuries (www.woundedwarriorhomes.org).

 

Windus' Client Relationships

Windus and her team support a wide variety of clients, but here are some of the groups she has built her practice around.

What Types of Insurance Are Critical for Your Financial Plan?

Insurance is a necessary component to creating a financial plan that works well for you, your family, and your long-term goals. It can take just one illness, one job loss, or one car accident to turn your world upside down and crumble your financial plan.

If you have the proper insurance in place from the start, however, you can weather these life-changing moments and keep your goals and dreams on the right trajectory.

1. Auto Insurance - Auto insurance is a must and not just because the law requires that you carry it. Auto insurance can protect your assets in the case of an accident and make sure that not only can you shoulder liability in an accident but you can also get back on the road with a car that will carry you safely to and from work. Full coverage is especially important if you owe money on your vehicle. No one wants to keep making car payments on a vehicle that was totaled in an accident.

2. Homeowners or Renters Insurance - You have worked hard to provide for your family and homeowners and renters insurance can protect you and get you back to where you were in the case of a natural disaster or a home break-in. Depending on where you live, you have seen the damage that can be done by tornadoes, earthquakes, floods, and more. Be sure to check that your policy covers the weather most likely to wreak havoc in your neck of the woods.

3. Life Insurance - Life insurance is absolutely necessary for any individual who supports another individual. So, if you are married or you have dependents, then you definitely want to make sure that their needs are covered if you meet an untimely death. Think about what life would be like for your dependents without your income and choose the amount of life insurance that you need accordingly.

4. Health Insurance - Health insurance is such a smart choice. Medical costs have skyrocketed and long-term illness or serious injury can drain your savings fast. Having health insurance goes a long way in keeping your household doing well financially in the midst of a health crisis. If you do not receive health insurance through your employer, take the time to talk to your insurance agent about it.

5. Disability Insurance - If you work you may already be getting this type of insurance through your employer. Look at the specific plan and if you are not getting enough coverage through your workplace then you may want to consider getting some through your agent or broker.

Disability insurance is important because it keeps your household operating during a long absence from work due to illness or injury.

Now is the time to make sure all of your “insurance ducks” are in a row. Catastrophe may never hit, but if it does, you want to make sure that you and your family are covered.

The opinions voiced in this material are for general information only and are not intended to provide specific advice or recommendations for any individual.

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