Some people may wonder, should I call my dad or sister about my investments? Alexander Joyce, President and CEO of ReJoyce Financial, says the answer is typically no, but it also depends on the specific situation.Money can be a sensitive subject, and if a family member gives advice that goes south, tension can arise. At ReJoyce Financial, professional advisors will take a detailed look at your current finances, and make informed recommendations for investing. Money management and financial planning is difficult, so Joyce recommends getting professional advice. For more information, watch the video above.

ReJoyce Financial takes a holistic approach to your finances, and there’s no time like the present to consider professional advice. Information on financial planning is available at the ReJoyce Financial website or by calling 317-903-0517.

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