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As a Wealth Management Advisor and personal financial strategist, I have been using a (w)holistic macroeconomic process to help people make efficient financial decisions since 1997.

With our Protection First philosophy (which includes a thorough evaluation of existing and potential financial risks), we help families and business owners achieve Financial Balance through the strategic integration of their insurance programs with their assets and investments - with the goal of enhancing retirement cash flow (and overall confidence), while maintaining a legacy for the people and causes they care about.

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Ross B. Feldman, CFP®, CLU®, ChFC®, AEP®, RICP®, CASL®, CLTC

Wealth Management Advisor


President 
Wholistic Wealth, LLC


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