Kristen Celebrates 20 Years!In July 2021, Kristen Crouthamel, AIF® - Financial Advisor, celebrated 20 years in the investment advice industry. Read more here about how Kristen got her start in her career, and other fun facts about Kristen!
Key Provisions of the CARES ActThe CARES Act brought stimulus checks for some Americans, but it also has implications for retirement saving and spending. GCSB Investment Center is here to help you unravel what the CARES Act could mean for you.
The SECURE ActSigned into law in late 2019, The SECURE Act creates significant changes in retirement savings and spending laws. This includes changes for small business owners as well as those who are at or nearing retirement. Find out more.
4+4 PhilosophyAt GCSB Investment Center, we believe in a communication philosophy that builds a strong relationship and a frequent feedback loop, so your investment portfolio is uniquely built for your needs and you know how exactly what is happening.
Questions to Ask Your Financial AdvisorHave you reviewed or adjusted your investments and retirement plans lately? Does your advisor earn commissions based on the trades they place or the products you buy from them? Click here to learn about Accredited Investment Fiduciary designation.
GCSB Investment Center originated in 2002 to provide investment and retirement products to clients interested in exploring their financial options. We offer a wide variety of products including individual, retirement and corporate investment accounts. Whether planning for retirement, a child’s upcoming college tuition or to review your current investment strategy, now is a great time to sit down with our Financial Advisor. We will review your portfolio and make recommendations at no cost and with no obligation.
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Did you buy U.S. Savings Bonds decades ago? Or did your parents or grandparents purchase them for you? If they’re collecting dust in a drawer, you may want to take a look at them to see if any of your bonds have matured.
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