Welcome to NJS Wealth Management, LLC
NJS Wealth Management, LLC is a private wealth management and financial consulting firm dedicated to serving the needs of individuals, families, and businesses. NJSWM was founded to give our clients an alternative to the large, impersonal Wall Street firms. We wanted to create an environment where our clients can receive truly independent advice that’s always focused on their goals.
At NJS Wealth Management our clients needs come first
Our mission is to provide you with solid, objective and unbiased advice. We have no sales quotas. We offer no proprietary investment products. We are free to devote our time and energies to understanding your individual financial objectives. Through our enabling partnership with LPL Financial we have access to thousands of individual securities, and alliances with the nation’s leading providers of investment and securities products.
The Need for Objective Advice has never been greater
The investment landscape is forever changing. Investors need an experienced partner who can guide them through the intricacies of wealth management and financial planning.
Whatever your goals, we strive to get there
Every day you are faced with a wide array of financial considerations. You may need to provide financial assistance for a child’s college education, or help support an aging parent. In addition, you must prepare for your own retirement and consider what’s to be done with your estate and your business. Add up all of these important considerations, and your need for competent, objective financial guidance has never been greater.
Workers 50+ may make contributions to their qualified retirement plans above the limits imposed on younger workers.
The SECURE Act
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