As someone who believes that the key to financial success lies in financial education, I pride myself on an education first mentality. In my career I have focused on being a financial resource for and providing financial education to small business owners, doctors and dentists who are concerned with their financial future.
My goal as a trusted advisor for my clients and their families is to educate first and help them understand choices they are able to make in their financial world and the potential outcomes of those choices. I strive to be a financial resource for each and every person I meet.
Over the past nearly 15 years I have had the privilege of working with some of the best business owners, physicians and dentists out there and have learned just as much from them as I have taught. Through those dealings I have gained a unique understanding of their financial issues and questions that allows me to better serve this community.
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