Woodbury, New York: On June 18th, 2020 the Society of Financial Service Professionals installed Wealth Advisory Group’s Kamerick (Kim) Rampersad, CLTC, LUTCF as the new Committee Chairwoman and President of their Long Island Chapter located in Port Jefferson, New York.
Kim, who has served for 12 years on the organization’s membership committee, will now oversee all five chapter committees. Every Chapter meeting is a multidisciplinary event at which financial planners, attorneys, CPAs, and insurance professionals come together to provide specific case expertise while helping each other build strong networks for referrals.
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“Wealth Advisory Group is proud of Kim’s accomplishment,” says Adam Kaufman, a Managing Partner at the firm. “Her extensive industry experience, knowledge, and dedication to serving others will serve her well in this role and will help the Long Island Chapter of the Society of Financial Service Professionals continue to do excellent work for the industry in general and for Long Island in particular.”
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Wealth Advisory Group has been empowering people with sound financial strategies since 1933. We employ a disciplined, comprehensive approach to wealth management. Our goal is to help you achieve the quality of life you’ve always imagined. Our associates are here to guide you through a full range of planning that may include insurance and investments tailored specifically for your needs.
At Wealth Advisory Group we are guided by four principles; accumulate wealth, protect assets, enhance cash flow to support your lifestyle, and preserve wealth for future generations. Our Associates demystify the financial services process to help relieve the stress of too many options, not enough time, and uncertainty that you’re not adequately
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