With offices in southern New Hampshire and northern Massachusetts, Granite Financial Partners helps individuals and small-to-midsized businesses coordinate their financial affairs.
Many of our business clients are in hospitality, construction, brewing, and manufacturing. But we serve business owners and employees across industries and professions. We also specialize in the challenges typically faced by multigenerational family businesses.
The long-term partner your future needs
Whatever your skills and passion, they’re the backbone of your business. But you’ve realized they’re not enough. There’s a big financial picture you haven’t been looking at. And it can be overwhelming.
How can you attract great employees and keep them around? What if something were to happen to you or a key employee? What are the smartest investments you can make for your family’s future and the future of your business? How can you plan now for the future well-being of your family and employees?
You need outside expertise. But you don’t want cookie-cutter solutions or stock advice. And you don’t want multiple providers giving you disjointed recommendations.
From GFP, you get a simple, clear understanding of your complex financial challenges. You have conversations that solve your problems and put your mind at ease. And you work with one integrated team that knows you and knows how to foster financial health and growth—for your business, your family, and your legacy.
More than just numbers
Your business isn’t just business. It’s built on relationships, loyalties, rivalries, aspiration, perspiration, joy, pain, and even love. Tackling your biggest challenges—such as putting a succession plan in place—can require your sharing more than just the numbers in your books. To plan well, you’ll need to examine intimate business details and family dynamics and have difficult conversations.
In GFP, you have an advisor who knows the social and emotional challenges of small-to-midsized businesses—including family businesses. You have an advisor who can bring everyone to the table, make everyone feel heard and understood, develop a plan, and make it successful—all in a positive and respectful way.