The fiduciary duty to act in the best interest of our clients is a legal obligation we take very seriously. As a fiduciary, we are bound to avoid any conflict of interest that might impair our capacity to act for the benefit of our clients. For more than 20 years, we have been firmly committed to placing our clients’ interests above our own. This commitment to honest and ethical behavior has helped us build a trusted and successful firm.
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We do not receive commissions, referrals, or other compensation from any source. This means no hidden or extra fees. This allows us to recommend the most suitable portfolio for you regardless of the compensation structure. Our incentive is to make money for you, not on you.Our full compensation arrangements are disclosed and readily available to you as required by the CFP® Code of Ethics.