Starks Financial Group
Starks Financial Group looks and feels like a small, independent, personalized financial planning and investment management company because we are. Yet we have the backing of a leading international financial firm offering research, support and client service that has been recognized industry wide. Our relationship starts with you and a financial plan that builds into an investment plan to meet your personalized goals and dreams. Set up a free, no obligation initial consultation.
The financial planning and investment management services we provide are designed to encompass all aspects of your financial life and help you achieve the goals and objectives you have for today and during the many years of your retirement. Once we have created a financial plan that meets with your approval, we develop an investment plan compatible with your goals, time line, and risk tolerance.
As an independent firm, we are not obligated to promote or sell any proprietary investments, but rather have complete freedom to tailor your investment plan based solely on your best interests.
Securities offered through Raymond James Financial Services, Member FINRA/SIPC, Registered Investment Advisor
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