The New York Times recently published an article about the various ways people are using the web for retirement planning. More and more companies are trying to find solutions to help people with less than $500k in assets manage money in a similar fashion to large pension funds.
At Rockbridge, we have cost effectively been doing this for 20 years, with real service, and not just software. We are also able to provide judgment and credibility that the online platforms are still lacking. With financial decisions, a face-to-face personal interaction cannot be overlooked!
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