When you think about the concept of important relationships, you probably think of your family, your close work colleagues, maybe your healthcare professionals. Does your financial professional ever spring to mind? If you’re like many typical investors, the answer is no. But it shouldn’t be.
Your relationship with your financial professional should be one of the most reliable and rewarding professional connections you have. Ideally, it’s built on trust, understanding, transparency and follow-through. Is yours?
Amongst a complex global financial marketplace, changing demographics, and various regulatory and governmental changes, are you getting the attention you need from your financial professional? This question is more important today than ever.
At my firm, we know our business starts and ends with our clients. As a result, we operate our practice strives to ensure an efficient and productive workplace that allows us to maximize the time we spend with clients. It’s vital that we make ourselves available to you and your family when your life changes and your issues, financial or otherwise, become more complex.
What is a CFP anyway?
As a board Certified Financial Planner, I am committed to the CFP's Board's Code of Ethics and Standards of Conduct. What does that mean for you? It simply means that I am committed to my client's best interestsat all times when I give financial advice. Not all financial planners are bound by that code when they offer their solutions. If you would like to find out more, check out "What Makes CFP® Certification Different".
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