James C. Knapp AIF®

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James C. Knapp, an Accredited Investment Fiduciary (AIF®), is a Branch Manager with LPL Financial.  James is focused on helping with your Retirement Income Planning and Wealth Strategies.  James helps his clients answer two fundamental questions:

·        Will I make it?

·        Do I have any financial blind spots?

James has found that people frequently haven’t defined what “it” means for them.  James helps you put specifics to what you are trying to achieve with your wealth.  James then reviews what you are currently utilizing financially to help determine the chances of that occurring.  James goal is to give you a financial roadmap to your short term and long term financial ambitions by using a disciplined and risk aware investment strategy that seeks to provide consistent, realistic returns.   



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