Welcome To The Signature Financial Planning Family

Signature Financial Planning was founded in 1991 with the idea that we, as financial advisors, could best serve our clients from an independent platform. This freedom gives us and our clients access to the broad range of opportunities available to the financial industry. Over the past twenty years we have kept true to that mission, crafting thousands of customized financial plans and investment portfolios to help meet each of our clients' needs.

As a multi-generational firm, Signature continues to provide personalized, comprehensive financial advice to clients and institutions with long-term time horizons of their own. As we serve generations of clients, we consult on issues such as investments, retirement planning, estate planning, insurance planning, charitable gifting, taxes, and many more to help clients reach their different goals.

Our Signature service starts with our first meeting, as we walk our clients through the planning and investment process. At each and every step, we strive to ensure that everyone has a full and thorough understanding of our methods, our investment selections and our long-term economic analyses.

We always welcome our newest clients to "The Signature Family", and we're very proud of the many close, long-standing relationships that we've developed over the years. We are a family firm in every sense of the term, and we remain constantly dedicated to our clients, our employees and our community.

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Our Team

Scott E. Tobe Marc L. Tannenbaum, ChFC Aaron A. Leaman, CFA Michael H. Milarski Seth C. Dresbold, Esq. Serina Green Cindy Fontanesi Stephen Tobe

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JUL 31
Signature Financial Planning Newsletter - July 2014

Topics include: • Can You Make Some Green by Investing Green? • Charitable Gifts of Items You No Longer Need • Why Not Make Your Next Trip a Volunteer Vacation? • Have the rules for 401(k) in-plan Roth conversions changed? • Is there a new one-rollover-per-year rule for IRAs? » Read now

JUL 10
Millionaires support four-day workweek... Do you think we should switch to a four-day work week?

Wealth, we hear constantly, comes from hard work. But Google chief Larry Page—no slouch in the wealth department—says the workweek should be shorter. And most millionaires who commented in a recent survey agree. » Read now

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