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Getting Started with LPL Financial

The LPL difference

At LPL Financial we are not locked into selling you only our investment products like many other firms. In fact, we do not offer ANY proprietary products – we only offer objective, conflict-free advice to help you choose the investment products and...  more >>

Preparing for your first meeting

Your initial consultation with financial advisors, Luke Brown or Vicki Holt, is complimentary. Find out what to bring, questions to ask and what to expect. Let’s get started >> 

How financial planning makes a difference

True financial planning is based on a long-term, one-to-one relationship with an advisor and involves a comprehensive, ongoing approach to managing all areas of your financial life. Find out what financial planning can do for you. >>

Answers to Today’s Top Retirement Questions

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Retirement Planning

What does "retirement" mean to you? However you define it, planning is the key to enjoying a long-lasting retirement. More... >>

Financial Articles & Market Insights

LPL Financial Research

We recognize the critical role that timely, independent, objective research plays in helping to clarify the financial landscape. This leads to more informed decisions for you, our valued clients. Our research team provides investment research and advice you can use. More >>

Making a Statement

The policymaking arm of the Federal Reserve (Fed), the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meets this week (Tuesday and Wednesday, March 18-19, 2014), with Fed Chair Janet Yellen leading the meeting for the first time. More >>

March Madness in the Markets

As the NCAA basketball tournament gets down to its own sweet sixteen while the rest of March plays out, it is a good time to reflect on the sixteen competing drivers of the markets that may make for an exciting showdown in the weeks and months to come. More >>

Fed Reacquaintance

This week the bond market looks to get reacquainted with an old friend, the Federal Reserve (Fed). More >>