Who We Are & What We Do
At Vosler Investment Group, we believe planning isn't just the first and most important step toward your financial future, it is the foundation of our business. We take the time to explore your financial goals and expectations. By determining what you envision for your comfortable retirement, we are that much closer to helping you pursue your goal.
Barry, a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ ,as well as Angela, a Certified Long Term Care Specialist (CLTC), strives to earn the credibility and trust that come with education, two decades of experience, diligent application of his craft, and adherence to a code of ethics. Barry can help you fund your retirement, preserve your legacy, save toward a quality education, develop a realistic investment plan and strive to preserve your current and future assets. This comprehensive approach to financial planning is the cornerstone on which he has built successful, lasting client relationships.
Choosing the Right Financial Consultant
Before you choose a financial advisor, be sure you've found one whose investment philosophy matches your own. At Vosler Investment Group our advisors are long-term strategic investors. Our contracted broker/dealer, LPL Financial, is one of the leading independent brokerage firms in the nation.* LPL Financial does not produce its own investment products, so you will receive objective advice and strategies to address the challenges of wealth accumulation and management.
*As reported by Financial Planning magazine, June 1996-2018, based on total revenue.
*Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards Inc. owns the certification marks CFP®, CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ and CFP® in the U.S., which it awards to individuals who successfully complete CFP Board's initial and ongoing certification requirements.
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