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Statement on the SEC Regulation BI (Best Interest)

nVest Advisors was conceived and created to provide effective, low-cost, fully fiduciary financial planning and investment management for all of our clients, but especially for those clients who are largely overlooked by other RIA firms due to income or accumulated wealth limitations. The middle-income American family and small business owner have traditionally been targeted by

Investors should demand transparency and verify before ever handing over money

From the standing desk of Jeremy Torgerson, nVest Advisors, LLC CEO: In the more than a decade that I've been an investment and financial advisor, I've had the misfortune of seeing a lot of unethical and even illegal activity up-close. It grieves me that our industry seems to, like many others, attract people to it

Our New Life Insurance Partners

One of the challenges we've had with being a fee-only financial advisory firm is that we cannot take care of our clients' insurance needs ourselves, because insurance nearly always pays a commission and we've vowed to keep commission-related conflicts of interest out of our business model. While we don't believe all commissions are "evil", or

A quick review of permanent vs. term insurance

When faced with the wide range of life insurance coverage available, you may wonder what type fits your needs now and what coverage you should consider for future needs. A good first step is to look at two basic types of insurance coverage: whole life and term life. Whole Life Insurance—Cash Value for Your Dollar

2020-01-11T01:59:42-07:00August 29th, 2017|Categories: Insurance, Investing General, Mailchimp|Tags: , , |

The DOL Fiduciary Rule: What it means to you.

Fiduciary An individual in whom another has placed the utmost trust and confidence to manage and protect property or money. The relationship wherein one person has an obligation to act for another's benefit. (Source: http://legal-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/fiduciary)   There's a tremendous amount of debate in the financial industry about the US Department of Labor's proposed Fiduciary Rule, but very

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