Confidence about your investments requires being clear about your goals and comfortable with the advice you get for reaching them.
Investing in Your Future
You hear about a hot stock and you’re ready to take the plunge and sink in some cash, hoping for that windfall. Wait.
Your investments are not just what you’re doing with your extra cash. This is your future we’re talking about. While that hot stock may be a viable option, 360 Financial Group will help you to create a logical, strategic investment plan to maximize the money that you plan to invest for your future.
Your plan will include your goals—where you want to be when you retire—and what major expenses you know you’ll have a long the way. We’ll put a plan in for the unexpected—because there’s always the unexpected—and determine how long you have to invest before you reach each financial milestone. This will all play in to how much risk you can safely consider.
You have one future—our Financial Advisors have worked with hundreds of clients. We have the experience to you need to make the most of your money. Contact us today and we’ll get the plan working for you.
"Thank you for your interest in 360 Financial Group. I look forward to learning more about your business goals."
-Carl Strozyk, President
News You Can Use
i95 Business Highlights Carl Strozyk and 360 Financial Group as Harford County Business Leader
As part of its August issue, i95 Business shined a spotlight on Harford County business leaders, and Carl Strozyk of 360 Financial Group is honored to be chosen.
Click here to see the full article on page 49: http://i95business.com/2017/08/partners-financial-journey/
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