Madison Investment Center is an independent financial services firm. We are “employed” by you, our client. We work with LPL Financial, one of the nation’s largest broker dealers, to provide state of the art resources and tools. Independence allows us to offer objective research, conflict-free advice, and guidance. Our focus is on your needs and assisting you in pursuing your investment goals.
Investors require knowledgeable, experienced and caring professionals to navigate through the intricacies of an ever-changing investment landscape. The team at Madison Investment Center brings not only the professional training and credentials necessary to serve the needs of our clients, but also a diverse, broad range of personal experiences, and perspectives. We’re licensed to provide financial services in multiple states across the country.
The team at Madison Investment Center is dedicated to developing multi-generational relationships that are built on personal attention and an understanding of our client’s fiscal goals and lifestyle aspirations. We act as a “financial sounding board” and encourage our clients to contact us prior to making any major financial decision. This includes life events such as, buying a home, starting a business, saving for college or preparing for retirement. We review the advantage and disadvantages of each course of action so our client’s can make an educated decision.
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