Frank, Fox & Hoagstrom Financial Group

 

Independent Financial Advice With No Preconceptions

An elderly widow was finding it increasingly difficult to live on her own. She was overwhelmed by the logistics of selling her home, choosing an assisted living facility near her son in another state, and orchestrating a move. She turned to her advisor at Frank, Fox & Hoagstrom Financial Group, who helped with her financial needs every step of the way. “I also got her finances in order so she had no financial  worries going forward,” says Cory Hoagstrom.

A family faced an unexpectedly large tax bill following the death of their widowed mother. They, too, found the financial advice they needed at Frank, Fox & Hoagstrom. As an independent firm, Frank, Fox & Hoagstrom has access to the full universe of investment options, both traditional and alternative. The advisors choose only those they are confident are in the client’s best interest. “Maximizing income while limiting risk is an important emphasis for us,” says Matthew Fox, AAMS.

“We enter each client relationship without preconceived ideas about who the client is or what they need in an investment portfolio,” says Roger Frank. “Before we make a single recommendation, we take the time to learn as much as possible about the client’s financial circumstances and needs.”

Helping individuals and families with complex financial challenges is all in a day’s work for the Nebraska-based firm. The partners bring to bear wide-ranging expertise to help clients prepare for a comfortable retirement, save for a child’s college education and meet myriad other challenges. The practice also serves businesses with 401(k) plans, group health insurance and other employee benefits. Clients benefit from the collective knowledge and diverse experience of all four partners, who routinely consult with one another.

The firm also offers life, disability and long-term care insurance and essential components of a complete financial plan.

Trusted Advisor to Women in Transition
In addition to providing guidance and products to small businesses, individuals and school districts, Mary Oestmann is a trusted advisor to many women who suddenly find themselves single due to a death or divorce. Her soothing manner is especially reassuring to those with little or no experience handling financial matters. “I recently had a client who lost both her husband and her mother within a week’s time,” Oestmann recalls. “I helped her work through some complex issues, including wading through paperwork, understanding changes in her income and outlining suggested steps to move forward with her life.”

Founded in 1996, Frank, Fox & Hoagstrom is growing rapidly, and is looking forward to serving a wide variety of clients for many years to come.

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300 North 44th Street, Suite 202 | Lincoln, NE 68503 | 402-423-7505
9450 East Becker Lane, #2031 | Scottsdale, AZ 85260 | 800-378-9490
www.frankfoxgroup.com

Registered representative of and securities and investment advisory services offered through Berthel Fisher & Company Financial Services, Inc. (BFCFS) member FINRA/SIPC.
Frank, Fox & Hoagstrom Financial Group is independent of BFCFS.

 

Legacy Investment Services, Inc.

 

Independent Advisors Are Crafting the Future of Retirement Planning Industry

While the SEC continues to debate the issues of duty and integrity, some of the nation’s most experienced financial advisors are setting tomorrow’s standards for unbiased retirement planning services. Among them is an elite cadre of about 70 independent advisors who participate in an ongoing exchange – a virtual think tank. The advisors, who are affiliated with Legacy Investment Services, Inc., are evaluating and refining processes, rigorously testing emerging technologies and promoting practices that give investors unlimited access to quality investment products.

The brainchild of founder Marc G. Minor, RFC, Legacy Investment Services was established in the early 1990s. The processes he developed broke the traditional business models. He reasoned that sophisticated technology used in mega-firms to conduct independent research and stress-test portfolios was available to smaller firms as well. And, once he cohesively aligned with an independent broker-dealer, he would no longer be captive to the broker’s limited options nor would he be accountable to sales quotas. His “out-of-the-box” approach would give each client access to the entire universe of investment options. …Read More

Academy Advisors

 

If You Own a Business – or Did – Keep Reading!

Business owners are often alone in making decisions, and some of those decisions can be momentous.

“We’re the business owner’s ally,” says Chuck Smith, CPA, CGMA, ChFC, CLU. “Fully 50 percent of private businesses are adding new owners or selling within five years. And 90 percent are transitioning within 10 years. We help these clients see and act on their options.”
Smith worked in corporate finance for some of the nation’s largest firms. That was before he made the career move to do what he really wanted to do in the first place. …Read More

Raskob Kambourian Financial Advisors

 

Comprehensive Financial Planners Address All the Things That Make Life Enjoyable

 

Despite unprecedented market volatility, one group of investors is unusually confident about their life plans. In 1986 these individuals and families began working with Tucson, Arizona-based Raskob Kambourian Financial Advisors, Ltd. As Patricia F. Raskob, CFP® and her team helped them navigate through booms, expansions and crises, the level of trust grew. Even the uncertainty caused by the 9/11 attacks elicited only two phone calls from concerned investors. Today, 85 percent of the firm’s referral base is from satisfied …Read More

BGR Financial Group

 

Tried-and-True Investment Strategy Is Ideal for Today’s Uncertain Economy

 

When supply goes up, prices go down. When demand goes up, prices go up.

Planning for a successful retirement is not difficult if you understand the law of supply and demand. “Not one of our retired clients felt they needed to go back to work during the market meltdown of 2008,” says Tony Benitez, President-Investments at BGR Financial Group, LLC, a full-service financial services firm in Tucson, Arizona. …Read More

RG Advisor Group

 

Entrepreneurs Can Energize
 America’s Economic Future
Robert S. Graham, MBA, CFM, RFC

Arizona’s Robert S. Graham has made a career of seizing business opportunities, even in a tepid economy. One of the top entrepreneurs in the nation, he became vice president of a regional broker/dealer while in his 20s, successfully managed three companies and launched three venture startups. Along the way, he also authored the book Job Killers, The American Dream in Reverse. And that’s just so far – he’s still in his early 40s. …Read More

Morgan Stanley Wealth Management

 

Retirement Strategies for High-Net-Worth Clients
Peter Y. Choy, CRPC®, at Morgan Stanley

 

When the owners of a highly successful medical group were considering selling the practice to a large health care provider, they faced several options, each with as many potential pitfalls as opportunities. The doctors turned to financial advisor Peter Y. Choy for guidance. Choy is a Senior Vice President-Wealth Management, CRPC®, Investment Management Consultant, Portfolio Manager and Financial Advisor at Morgan Stanley. …Read More

Frey Financial

 

Retire With Peace of Mind
Frey Financial Seeks Stable Outcomes in an Unstable World

You’ve been getting ready for years, faithfully putting money into 401(k)s, IRAs and other retirement accounts in anticipation of the time when you will exit the work force. Now comes the hard part: generating a retirement income that will meet your spending needs throughout your retirement years.

“When making this transition, there are many factors that must be considered before you step across that threshold between work and retirement,” says Clay Frey, CFP®, President of Frey Financial, in Tucson, Arizona. …Read More

Secured Financial Solutions

 

Retire & Stay Retired …SAFE, SMART, SECURE

Retirees and pre-retirees today face some of the most challenging circumstances in
recent memory.

Generating a stable retirement income that will retain its purchasing power, be sufficient to cover  emergencies, and last as long as the retiree does is increasingly hard to come by in today’s volatile markets. With many experts expecting taxes to rise, inflation to rear up again, and health care costs to continue their upward climb, many will find it difficult to live as they wish in retirement. …Read More

V.I.P. Mortgage, Inc.

 

Setting New Standards in Lending

The mortgage crisis of 2007-08 left many homeowners facing foreclosure and hundreds of banks out of business. New federal regulations were swiftly enacted, requiring greater due diligence by lenders. But for Arizona-based V.I.P. Mortgage, Inc., it was pretty much business as usual.

“Putting people first has always been our motive and goal,” says President Jay Barbour. “We’ve built a company, rather quickly and quite possibly in the worst of times, with complete transparency and trust, demonstrating daily how we genuinely care. By under-promising and over-delivering, we are committed to restoring the reputation of the mortgage industry.” …Read More