Money Made Easy: Safe Investments
|Friday, 22 June 2012 09:32|
The current economic climate is a great time for borrowers but a lousy time for savers, according to financial adviser Dan Danford, CFP®, CRSP®, MBA.
Because of the severe recession, the Federal Reserve has lowered interest rates to the lowest rate in roughly 50 years.
While this was done to stimulate borrowing, which is beneficial for the economy, low interest rates mean low risks and thus low returns for savers looking at investment vehicles.
Dan Danford, CFP®, CRSP®, MBA
Dan Danford, CFP®, is a financial professional, who began his investment career as a bank trust officer, has been advising clients on how to preserve and manage wealth for over 20 years.
He was one of the founders of The Trust Company of St. Joseph, a nationally recognized Missouri-chartered trust company. He then went on to form his own commission-free investment advisory firm, Family Investment Center in 1998.
Dan feels strongly that a commission-free firm offers the best option for most people to receive independent, objective advice at reasonable rates, with a high level of personalized service. He favors solution-based planning and proven investment strategies.
With his financial expertise and investment management experience, he helps clients achieve their financial goals while providing them peace of mind, convenience, economy, and simplicity.
Dan serves a wide range of clients, but especially enjoys working with and educating families, nonprofit groups, and company retirement plans.
He has also served on the boards of a number of civic and professional organizations. Dan is an Eagle Scout and has served as a Loaned Executive for the United Way.
He was honored with the 2003 Missouri Western State University Distinguished Alumni Service Award.
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