Ray O'Connell of Altus Wealth Strategies, Inc. is scheduled to volunteer at the Financial Planning Association's Financial Planning Week. He will present on October 6, 2012 from 11 a.m.-2p.m. and meet one-on-one with attendees about personal financial planning.
Online PR News – 02-October-2012 – Alpharetta, Georgia – (Alpharetta, GA) – Ray O’Connell, Managing Director at Altus Wealth Strategies will participate as a volunteer in the Financial Planning Association’s Financial Planning Week from October 1-7.
Mr. O’Connell will be volunteering Saturday, October 6, from 11:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. at the Cumming Library (585 Dahlonega Road, Cumming, GA 30040).
There will be three 15-20 minute presentations with 40 minute breaks in between. During those 40 minutes, audience members will have the chance to meet one-on-one with volunteer planners, like Mr. O’Connell. It is important for attendees to meet with the planners. During the one-on-one meetings, attendees will experience the power of financial planning as it pertains to their own lives.
Ray O’Connell is a Registered Financial Consultant and receives an additional 40 hours a year of continued learning and experience. He is a member in good standing of the National Ethics Bureau, which has verified that he has a history of exemplary business ethics. Mr. O’Connell has received training from Harvard economists and IRA experts. He has many experiences lecturing around the country.
Visit http://altuswealthstrategies.com/ for more information on our financial planning services, call (770) 688-8000 or email us at Ray@AltusWS.com. The FPA of Georgia (http://www.fpaga.org/) will have more information about the event itself.
Altus Wealth Strategies, Inc. specializes in Income and Distribution strategies and will act with care to put clients' best interests first. Altus Wealth Strategies offers services in areas including investing, risk management, retirement, taxes, and estate planning. They can help plan for, overcome, or avoid the many challenges of financial planning, such as investment losses, inflation, health care costs, and tax difficulties.