Maclean Wealth Planning, A Retirement and Income Planning Advisory Firm
We provide retirement Income planning and wealth accumulation strategies for physicians and professionals.
Financial matters often take a back seat for physicians and dedicated professionals, when faced with the daily challenges of running a successful practice. Between patient care, the Affordable Care Act and keeping up with regulatory issues, there's little time to spare. The best education in the world doesn’t provide the tools necessary to address the all business realities associated with the practice of medicine or your financial well-being.
These planning shortfalls not only affect the family but often times, professional relationships as well. We address these unique retirement challenges facing physicians and professionals, bringing a comprehensive package of investment and insurance solutions to meet the wealth building and income demands of a sustainable, healthy retirement.
We understand your unique professional and personal commitment and the need for straight answers from someone you can trust.
Schedule your "Retirement Check-Up" today!
We're at your service:
Eric Maclean, ChFC®, CLU®, AIF®
Investment Advisor Representative
Chieko Maclean, CPA
Certified Public Accountant & Tax Planner
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