Your Financial Needs Assessed and Questions Answered

As with most other things in life, a key to achieving your long-term financial objectives is preparing. Your goal may be to fund your children’s college education, protect your family during your working years, or guarantee your own retirement security. These things won’t happen by accident. It’s important to determine what you’d like to achieve financially and then map out a strategy that will help you meet those goals. The good news is that it’s never too late to start.

Of course, preparing your financial future can be intimidating. Luckily, you don't have to do it alone. As a New York Life insurance Company agent, and a Registered Representative of NYLIFE Securities LLC, I am a trained professional who can help you identify your financial needs and then determine which insurance and financial products can best help you meet your objectives.

I am a Certified Long-Term Care Councilor (CTLC) with years of dedicated service to my clients and families.  CLTC is a designation that reflects my commitment to the needs of my clients, their parents, and their families. 

Please use my Web site as a resource, and do not hesitate to contact me for additional information or to schedule a meeting. Thank you for your interest.

Louis L. Murray is an agent licensed to sell insurance through New York Life Insurance Company and may be licensed with various other independent unaffiliated insurance companies in the states of Massachusetts, New York, New Hampshire, and Califorina (CA Insurance Lic# - 0D82432).

Louis L. Murray is a Registered Representative of and offers securities products & services through NYLIFE Securities LLC, Member FINRA/SIPC, a Licensed Insurance Agency & New York Life Company. In this regard, this communication is strictly intended for individuals residing in the states of (Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York). No offers may be made or accepted from any resident outside the specific state(s) referenced.





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