Welcome to Waterfront Financial Management Group
Waterfront Financial Management provides comprehensive financial services to individuals, businesses and trusts. We implement appropriate financial strategies using a portfolio of stocks, bonds, mutual funds and exchange traded funds. We strive to become a trusted source of advice for our clients as they make financial decisions.
Our firm is comprised of experienced professionals who subscribe to a high level of personal financial guidance. Whether you are concerned about preparing for retirement, funding college savings accounts, or investing assets for the future, our staff is prepared to provide complete and clear information that will help you make informed financial decisions.
Through our close association with West Sound CPA LLC in our office, (www.westsoundcpa.com), we provide personal income tax services and tax strategies to help clients have a complete picture of their financial situation. In addition, we provide value-based consulting service to many business clients, based on our hands-on experience with growing a company, proper capitalization, use of funds and strategic planning. This is much more than the typical accountant or financial advisor offers – and businesses owners appreciate our philosophy of “no surprises” as we help them manage their financial resources.
Our primary goal – to improve the quality of our client’s lives by helping them pursue financial peace of mind.
This requires getting to know our clients in very personal ways. We invite you to get to know our firm, and become a part of our client family. If you have questions about your current financial situation or wish to schedule an appointment, send us an email or give us a call at (360) 692-9000.
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