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What is a Fiduciary?

If you are working with a financial professional it is important to know what it means to be a fiduciary. Not all financial professionals are the same. Not all financial professionals put their clients’ interests first. We do.

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Victoria Cannillo earns the CFA Investment Foundations® Certificate

A 30-second read by the Baron Team: At Baron Financial Group, we are committed to education and further advancing our knowledge of the industry to best serve our clients. In November 2018, one of our Baron team members, Victoria Cannillo, earned the CFA Institute Investment Foundations® certificate from the CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst®) Institute to help with her role as a financial analyst as well as a member of our internal investment committee.

Baron Team Recognition
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Who should be the account owner for a 529 plan? Does it Matter?

A 30-second read by Nicholas Scheibner: When you are planning to fund your child’s college education, the 529 plan can provide several tax-benefits for your savings. A 529 plan is a plan operated by a state or educational institution, with tax advantages and potentially other incentives to make it easier to save for college and other post-secondary training, or for tuition in connection with enrollment or attendance at an elementary or secondary public, private, or religious school for a designated beneficiary, such as a child or grandchild.

Retirement Planning Baron Team
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What To Do If You Suspect (Financial) Elder Abuse

A 30-second read by the Baron Team: As Financial Advisors, it is our responsibility to protect all of our clients from financial abuse, if possible, but it is the senior client that may be the most susceptible and needs our protection. Unfortunately, they may become victims of financial abuse at the hands of their caregivers or family members. Often, abusers isolate their victims from loved ones or professionals in order to hide their fraudulent activity. If you have a client or know someone that you suspect is a victim of abuse (of any kind), Aginginvestor.com provided these “Three things to do if you think your client is being isolated from others”:

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