Unbiased Expertise. A Track Record of Investing Success
Who’s Advising Your Accounts?
Independent financial advisor Tim Hayes offers savvy investment strategy from an objective perspective.
As an independent financial advisor, I have helped individuals, couples, and families achieve successful investing outcomes for over 25 years. Financial markets are more complicated and volatile than ever. That’s why I remain committed to learning and adapting my knowledge and skills to the new financial “normal” as it’s continually redefined—for better or worse.
If you wish to invest successfully in this day and age, this is what it takes…
Helpful guidance, no pushy sales pitch.
Your financial future is too important to rely on amateur hunches. And let’s face it, you don’t have the time or interest in becoming an investing expert. You shouldn’t have to. And the good news is…as one of my clients, you’ll never have to!
- I emphasize education – I’ll make sure you’re aware of all your investing options…and the potential risks and upsides of each. I’ll give you the unbiased perspective along with my honest opinions based on years of investing experience.
- I stick around – My clients know that I am there for them, and I am extremely proactive about providing ongoing counsel and advice as changes in your life affect your financial situation and goals.
- Objective advice – No cookie-cutter solutions or corporate financial overlords here! Being independent means, I have the freedom to choose from all the options available to you and recommend the ones I feel are best suited to your needs. Regardless of who’s offering it. Unlike some advisors, the sky is the limit in terms of the ideas, products and strategies I may bring to your attention.
For a free, independent, and objective review of your investments, contact me today.
Investing is risky business. Give yourself a fighting chance for success.
Whether you’re looking to change jobs, shifting gears into retirement, or already participating in a investment plan at work (401(k), 403(b), etc.), you owe it to yourself and your family to make sure you’re doing the right things at the right time.