If you’re feeling lost and uncertain about what to do next, you’re not alone. But there can be help available in the form of a financial advisor. Read on to learn more about how a financial advisor can help you navigate the turbulent waters of life.


What is a Financial Advisor?

A financial advisor is a professional who can help individuals and organizations plan for their financial future. Financial advisors can assess a client’s current financial situation, help them set goals and dreams to work towards, and develop strategies to achieve them. Financial advisors can sometimes also provide guidance on investment choices, insurance, and other financial products.

If you’re concerned about your current financial situation or you want to make sure that you’re prepared for retirement, then working with a financial advisor may help. A financial advisor can help you develop a plan to reach your financial goals and give you confidence during these uncertain times.


How to Find a Financial Advisor

There are many ways to find a financial advisor. Many of our own clients found us by being referred from other existing clients. If you feel comfortable doing so, consider asking a friend or family member if they work with an advisor and if they would refer you to their advisor.

Another method is through the good, ‘ol internet. A quick search should procure many advisors in your area. Searching for terms such as “financial advisor near me” or “financial planning Lawrence, KS” will pull in many advisors. Be sure to take a look at their websites and social media to help you determine whether or not they may be a good fit for you.

We welcome the opportunity to have a conversation with you to see if our Financial Advisors here at Rademacher Financial would be a good fit for you. Please check out our “Contact Us” page to schedule a meeting to discuss!

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