Deborah W. Ellis
President, Ellis Wealth PlanningEllis Wealth Planning
Member Since October 2023
I work with individuals who want unbiased financial advice. I provide education, analysis, & coaching to help you reach your financial goals. WHO I WORK WITH: Women and men in their late 40s to early 70s with very low debt want more information about how their assets are invested and why. Often, they are also looking at long-range goals and expectations and would like a more in-depth analysis of how, when, and why they will take distributions. ▣ Individuals planning for retirement ▣ Entrepreneurs ▣ Individuals Beginning Financial Planning ▣ Retirees SERVICES OFFERED: ▣ Financial Planning for your next transition. Best strategies for your expected income needs ▣ Investment Advice HOW I WORK AS AN INDEPENDENT ADVISOR: As a fee-only advisor, you and I consider your specific situation and your needs, wants and wishes. We look at your level of financial literacy and work to increase it. We look at your concept of risk and your tolerance to volatility. We then can clearly focus on solutions that are in your best interest. I can structure our work together in several ways. 1. The initial financial plan. We will put together a plan, and I will be available to that end for a period of three months. 2. The initial plan, and then monthly and/or quarterly follow-ups on an annual basis. 3. I can manage your investment assets for a fee based on AUM. My fees (your investment) is based on your specific situation, the complexity involved and the times frame. MY BACKGROUND: Prior to earning my MBA, CFP, and becoming a Investment Advisor Representative,, I worked in the film industry. I learned at an early age the importance of investing my money. In the film industry, your income can be very unstable. I have been investing my own money since I started working professionally in my twenties. I have found managing my own assets very rewarding and profitable. love helping others reach their financial dreams and goals by sharing my expertise in a way that is transparent and objective. As a fee-only advisor, I am held to a fiduciary standard that requires advisors to consider only what is in my client’s best interest. On a personal note, I enjoy writing and have published two books available on Amazon. My husband and I have grown children and now, two small dogs. My husband and I share our time between Los Angeles, CA, St George Utah and Hawaii. ✍️ firstname.lastname@example.org ⌨ www.deborahwellis.com 818-437-0076 Book an initial complimentary consultation:.com/debwellis INVESTMENT ADVICE PROVIDED THROUGH THE INVESTOR'S FIDUCIARY ADVISOR NETWORK, LLC. Investor's Fiduciary Advisor Network, LLC, is an investment adviser registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
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