Wayne has been helping his clients "save taxes and plan for the future" since 1991. He is a native of Arizona, and has lived and worked in Scottsdale since 1985.
As both a Certified Public Accountant and Certified Financial Planner, Wayne is uniquely qualified to help you devleop a holistic tax, investment and financial plan.
It's vital to know all about our clients, and ask lots of questions. For instance, do you have credit card or consumer debt? If you do, the best course of action may be to reduce those before investing. Another example. What tax bracket are you in? If you are in a low tax bracket-tax free bonds might not make sense for you.
The return on your investments is important. But just as important is the return on your life. What is important to you about money? What are your fears and concerns?
For those of you visiting our site, Wayne is always willing to offer a complimentary initial consultation. This is just a chance for you and Wayne to get to know each other-and see if there is a good fit to work together.
Please browse our site. There is a lot of great information. Make sure and click on the section titled "Wayne's Newsletters". These are personally written by Wayne twice a year.
Oh by the way, rememember that Wayne is never to busy for your referrals!
Thanks again for stopping by. Make it a great day!
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