Building Your Unique Financial Strategy
Do you have a financial strategy in place? If you don’t, it’s likely not because you haven’t thought about your future or retirement or you’re not sure where to start. Often, many individuals and families need a professional that will teach them what they don’t know and guide them through the planning process.
At Strategies for Wealth, with the help of Jonathan Blinken’s exceptional team, we work closely with clients and develop strategies that can grow with them over the years. Our goal is to protect clients’ personal economies from the unpredictable macro-economy, including events that could derail their financial success. We specialize in serving hard-working individuals, families, and their businesses by offering comprehensive “protection first” financial planning and state-of-the-art pension plans. This includes retirement, income distribution strategies, estate, and education planning.
In all that Jonathan does, his mission is to educate his clients and empower them to feel more in control of their financial life and decision-making. He leverages the finest advisors in the financial planning field, matches clients to the advisor that is right for them based on extensive criteria, and stays intimately involved throughout the entire process. He co-designs his client’s plans and doesn’t rely on cookie-cutter approaches to estate planning. Jonathan is also able to coordinate with other professionals, such as CPAs and attorneys, and takes a holistic approach to financial planning.
Based in New York City, we serve clients throughout the New York metro area, and the country. Whether you want to start building your wealth, protect your wealth, plan for your retirement, or create a legacy, we invite you to contact our office to see how we may be able to help.
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