Retirement Specialist Brian Raleigh Featured in the Wall Street Journal

Brian Raleigh, retirement planning specialist, was recently featured in the Wall Street Journal in recognition of his upcoming book.

Cary, NC – June 17, 2013 – Brian Raleigh, Founder of TruWealth Strategies in Cary, North Carolina, was recently featured in the Wall Street Journal with other leading financial authors from around the world. The piece that ran in the Monday, May 13, 2013 edition of the Wall Street Journal recognizes some of the financial industry’s best-selling authors.

Brian Raleigh was recognized for his upcoming book, Rounding Third and Heading For Home: How To Make Your Retirement a Home Run. Brian was also recently a special guest on The Consumer’s Advocate television show. The show was featured on NBC, CBS, ABC and FOX network affiliates around the country.

Brian Raleigh has been trendsetting his way across the financial services industry by helping retirees and soon-to-be retirees across the country. For the past 17 years he has brought guaranteed-income strategies and effective tax and legacy planning for seniors. These proven strategies have taken his clients from where they are (accumulation phase) to where they want to be (distribution and preservation phase). If you are looking for a secure retirement with cutting edge tax strategies look no further than this. This energetic business leader is the specialist and go-to guy when it comes to retirement planning!

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About Brian Raleigh:

Brian began as an advisor in November of 1995 and spent more than eight years where he often ranked in the top 1 percent in his company. In 2004, he became an independent advisor and formed his own firm, TruWealth Strategies in Cary, NC.

In addition to keeping his clients satisfied, Brian’s proud to be finishing up a book. Keeping with his sports background, the book is titled, “Rounding Third and Heading for Home.” It’s due out this summer and discusses mistakes people can’t afford to make when they retire. He also reveals strategies on how to lower taxes, manage market risks, and create a consistent income stream in retirement that never runs out!

Brian obtained his LUTCF in 1999, with a focus on Estate and Business Planning. He is also a member of the Better Business Bureau and National Ethics Bureau. Brian is an active member in the Raleigh Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors (RAIFA), where he served on the board for four years, and is a member of NAIFA the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors since 1997.

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