Helping you build your perfect financial calendar
JM Brown Financial Partners is an independent financial planning firm in Tulsa, Oklahoma. We understand that individuals face unique challenges to prepare for a sound financial future. We can help take the mystery out of preparing for today and tomorrow. Financial planning is a process that evolves over time. One faces specific planning issues at different stages in one’s life.
Whether your goal is preparing to save for your children college education, retirement funding and/or estate planning, our personalized service focuses on your needs, wants, and financial goals and objectives. By planning for your future you will get closer to attaining what we have termed “your perfect calendar” – what you have always wanted to do in life. Our team of professionals have many years of experience in the financial services industry. We can help you address your needs of today and for many years to come and look forward to working with you through every season of your life.Contact Us
Key Planning Issues
Every “season” of your life is a new stage where we can help you build your perfect financial calendar so that you can do all the things that you always wanted to do in life. At JM Brown Financial Partners we divide life into specific seasons, and each one brings its own financial planning issues. In the same way that nature has its seasons, spring, summer, fall and winter; in planning for your financial future you should think of Foundation, Accumulation, Retirement and Legacy––As your trusted advisor, we will be there helping you plan for each season of your life, so you can accomplish your short and long term financial milestones.
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