Investment & Estate Planning From A Biblical Perspective
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To educate, instruct, and equip followers of Christ in biblical stewardship principles
"Now it is required that those who have been given a trust must prove faithful." I COR. 4:2
WHAT WE DO
Traditional & Roth IRA
Simplified Employee Pension Plans
Variable; Fixed; Fixed-Index Annuities
Unit Investment Trusts
Disability Income Insurance
Oil & Gas Partnerships
Long Term Care Insurance
Bonds: Corporate; Municipal; Tax-free
College Savings Plans
Real Estate Income Trusts
Real Estate Investment Trusts
Business Development Companies
Special Needs Trusts
WHERE WE ARE
We are currently licensed to provide services in the following states:
We can become licensed to serve our clients in any state, as needed.
WHO WE ARE
Mark Tevebaugh is Registered Investment Adviser with Cetera Advisor Networks LLC, as well as licensed for: health; life; disability and long term care insurance. Mark entered the financial services industry in 1986 after selling his company, New Life Plantscaping, Inc. (an interior landscaping design firm). Mark built a successful financial planning practice in Charlotte, NC teaching “Successful Money Management” seminars in a local private college and working with small business owners, individuals, and many local churches.Read More
Paul Cywinski oversees our Client Relations, Marketing and Information Technology activities, as well as Scheduling and Office Management. His years of work bring a broad professional palette of skills and experience from Communications & Marketing to Finance, Insurance and Technology. In 2007, after many years of work-related travel, Paul and his family settled in Florida.Read More
WHO WE SUPPORT
Office: (321) 777-2990
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