Who We Are
We are Financial Advisors with Waddell & Reed that focus on Financial Planning services to help you with retirement planning, education funding, and many other financial goals.Learn More
What We Do
- Help you assess your financial goals.
- Develop a Financial Plan and strategy to pursue those goals.
- Monitor your progress on a regular basis before and during retirement.
- Estate Planning
Who We Help
- People nearing retirement and in retirement
- Those wanting to establish a Financial Plan
- People seeking Investment planning
- Those needing Insurance planning
- Families needing an Estate Plan
Meet Our Team
We are committed to providing professional, straight forward and personal attention to our clients' every financial need. While history has shown that markets are volatile, we believe the need for professional advice remains. We are advisors for the various aspects of your financial lives including critical financial questions as well as life's accomplishments.
TO OUR CLIENTS, we welcome you and thank you for your trust and your introductions to friends and family. We appreciate your business and your most sincere compliment of introducing us to people you care about. We wil treat them with respect and professionalism.
IF THIS IS A FIRST VISIT TO OUR WEBSITE, we hope it shows our culture. We have done our best to answer any questions you may have and to introduce you to our unique approach to planning, advice and service. We hope to meet with you soon!
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