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Working Towards Financial Independence

The investment climate has never been more exciting or more challenging than it is today. Retaining the services of a qualified financial advisor can help you make sense of the market.

Solid financial planning can be the key to addressing your financial goals. By identifying where you are today and where you hope to be, Jay Irving can help you determine how best to get there. Calling on objective research from LPL Financial, Jay can implement a plan that can help to make your dreams a reality.

“My mission is to help my clients make informed choices about their financial future,” says Jay. “By understanding what is important to them, and applying the resources of LPL Financial, I help my clients to work towards financial independence.”

Jay provides access to fee-based portfolio management; tax advantaged investing; retirement planning; and estate planning to preserve wealth. Using the independent research provided by LPL Financial, Jay provides objective advice and the most up-to-date products and services to help clients meet their financial goals.

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