The professionals at Bigman Consulting Services, LLC, in South Windsor, are helping clients address their financial goals through a comprehensive financial services approach. Jay Bigman brings knowledge and enthusiasm to his work that is truly rare. As a financial advisor he has attained important securities licenses series 7; 24; 63; 65 and the Life and Variable Insurance licenses.
What this means to you as an investor is two things: First, Jay is a thoughtful person who has the experience. Second, Jay is constantly studying to learn more and pass the knowledge on to his clients. Jay listens to you. Jay will help you implement your strategy. Our office provides retirement planning services, divorce financial planning and asset analysis as well as providing financial strategies using mutual funds, fixed income, stocks, life insurance and annuities. In short, Jay Bigman can assist you with your financial goals. The services is informal and personal, but the depth of knowledge and experience will quickly earn your confidence.
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