In this episode of The Jeff Motske Show, we discuss the changing trends in planning for your financial future. I covered a variety of topics including how the financial services industry has evolved over the last 20 years, my style of communication with clients, and balancing what you can spend vs what you should spend. If you are short on time, my portion begins around the 36 minute mark. Listen to this track online now!
About Mike Loo
Mike Loo is an independent financial advisor with more than 20 years of experience in the financial services industry. His mission is to provide a meaningful impact on the lives of clients and the people they care most about, help them make educated decisions with their money, and build a strong financial foundation for both themselves and their next generation. Mike is committed to meeting a high standard of excellence, taking the time to listen to clients’ needs, and designing strategies that aim to help clients save money and reduce debt. He seeks to fit a client’s investments into their life and educate them so they’ll understand their investments. To learn more about how Mike may be able to help, connect with him on LinkedIn, call his office at (949) 221-8105 x 2128, or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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