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Can I see my clients’ asset reports in Guideline Pro?
Can I see my clients’ asset reports in Guideline Pro?

The Quarterly Asset Detail Report provides visibility into your clients’ plans and can help you support them with retirement strategies.

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If you would like to review a list of your clients’ assets within Guideline, you can do so by reviewing the Quarterly Asset Detail Report within your Guideline Pro dashboard. This report will generally be available within one week after the close of each quarter.

To access this report:

  1. Click on your firm’s name in the upper right-hand corner of the main menu.

  2. Select Resource library from the drop down menu.

  3. Click Reports, then select “Download” for the “Quarterly Asset Detail Report” you would like to review.

What information is reported by Guideline?

The Quarterly Asset Detail Report will provide the following information as of the last day of the relevant quarter:

  • Names of your active clients with invested plan assets

  • Funds currently held in each plan

  • Market values of each fund a plan holds

  • Expense ratio of each fund

How can I use this information?

The Quarterly Asset Detail Report is meant to provide visibility into your clients’ plans and help you effectively support them with their retirement and tax strategies.

You can also use this report to engage your clients around the investments in their plan during quarterly or annual reviews.

Are there other ways I can track my clients’ investments?

With Guideline Pro, you can connect with a third-party data aggregator, such as Retirement Plan Advisory Group (RPAG), to help you manage your clients’ data in one place.

Connecting to an aggregator can provide you with an overview of your clients’ plan assets at the fund level, along with some basic information, such as total employees and plan participants.

Learn more about connecting your Guideline Pro account to a third-party aggregator.

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