Southfield, MI, January 26, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- David R. Zoellner Sr., CEO of Zoellner Whole Financial PLLC, believes that in order to be effective as a source of financial recommendation for investors, an advisor should have the advice and counseling of a CPA, Legal Professional and Estate Planning Insurance Specialist to understand the dynamic aspects of investor’s needs. Zoellner teamed up with a local elder care attorney, CPA and estate planning insurance specialist to host a seminar designed to educate investors on many aspects of Non-Correlated Investments as a tool for diversification for your portfolio. (Diversification does not ensure a profit or protection against loss in a declining market.)
“Before a financial professional recommends any investment strategy or product, the advisor needs an in-depth understanding of the client’s needs, current situation, goals and risk tolerance,” explains Zoellner. “No Advisor can have all the answers and handle every aspect of an individual’s complex financial situation. That’s why clients should look to advisors who have deep relationships with other financial professionals, to answer important questions outside of their own expertise.”
Besides Zoellner’s educational presentation on Non-Correlated Investments, speakers included David Willkomm, Regional V.P. of Steadfast Companies on (REITS) for apartment investments and Tony Neves, Regional Director of GWG Holdings, Inc.
Willkomm focused on the demographics and the growing opportunity of investment in multi-family apartments. Neves educated the group on the little known fact that life insurance policies are an asset that can be sold in the secondary market rather than lapsing or surrendering the policy for the benefit of an insurance company.
After the planned remarks, the seminar guests were invited to ask questions of any concern to a panel of professionals. Nearly all of the guest’s questions revolved around the needs of their family members. Questions ranged from tax treatment of gifts, elder care needs and where to turn when insurance companies ask for higher premium payments to keep a loved one’s estate planning policy in place.
“This seminar gave our guests a source for answers to questions that may have kept them up at night. Ultimately, we want to give them access to specialists who have the confidence and experience to enlighten investors and guide them through important phases of changing financial family life events,” commented Zoellner.
Zoellner Whole Financial is an independent branch office of J.P. Turner & Company, LLC located in Southfield, Michigan.
Zoellner Whole Financial is a full-service financial firm committed to helping people pursue their financial goals. As an independent office, Zoellner Whole Financial has access to a wide range of financial products and services for individuals and business owners. Zoellner Whole Financial believes the sound financial information they provide will better enable clients to identify their goals and make sound decisions to help reach them. For more information on Zoellner Whole Financial visit their website at www.zoellnerwholefinancial.com.
J.P. Turner & Company, LLC (Member SIPC) is an independent broker/dealer headquartered in Atlanta. Advisory and financial planning services are offered through its affiliate, J.P. Turner & Company Capital Management. Founded in 1997 by Bill Mello and Tim McAfee, the company has grown to more than 180 independent branch offices throughout the United States and has been voted one of the top independent broker/dealers in the country each year since 2003 by Investment News. To learn more about the firm and its services, please visit www.jpturner.com.
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