David Hoffert, TwinStar Financial Advisor
Under the Resources tab you can easily find information on investment, insurance, tax and estate planning. These are the core areas of a comprehensive financial plan.
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As a college senior, I began my career interning for Prudential Financial in Olympia. In 2000, after graduating with a BA in Finance and Administrative Management from Saint Martin's University, I worked as a Financial Planner with Metlife Securities.
In 2005 I joined the TwinStar Financial Advisors team. I am committed to serving as a local source of sound financial information and will be happy to meet at the branch convenient for you.
Please feel free to let me know if there is additional information I can provide that is of interest to you.
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How federal estate taxes work, plus estate management documents and tactics.
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