READING, PA — January 8, 2019 — Good Life announces a new partnership with Mick McGill, a Reading, PA-based Financial Advisor previously with Morgan Stanley.
“Mick will be a great addition to the local Good Life Financial Advisors office, allowing us to expand our advisor base and continue to serve the community of Berks County,” said Courtnie Nein, Co-Founder and President at Good Life. “We look forward to helping Mick grow his business.”
Mick started off in the US Marine Corps in 1976 and went on to follow his passion of Electrical Engineering and Technical Management, and spent several years working within that industry. After graduating with a master’s degree in Business Administration, Mick found his true calling as a Financial Advisor in 2011. Mick’s first priority is to understand his prospects present needs and their ultimate future goals, whether they want to save for retirement, their children or grandchildren’s college or their long-term health or estate funding needs. Being personally involved in someone’s financial decisions allows him to develop enduring friendships, which is his personal goal for every relationship started with new clients. To reach Mick McGill, please call (610) 898-6927 x4958 or email Mick.McGill@GoodLifeFA.com.
“I’ve made a life-changing decision to join a Financial Company that cares for all of their clients regardless of their wealth in dollars. Good Life and LPL Financial have the resources and the Corporate Culture to help every client achieve their Financial Goals and needs. As an independent advisor working with Good Life and LPL Financial, I’ll be able to build Client Relationships without the distractions of monthly sales goals required by the big financial institutions. All clients have needs and building relationships to fulfill those needs are the basis of my promise that I offer to every client and their family to treat them as a unique and special relationship,” said Mr. McGill.
About Good Life
Good Life is driven to change the way in which financial products, services and advice are distributed to everyday clients in communities across the country. To stand out in an industry that has been largely commoditized, Good Life needs to be different to be great. Sometimes being different is not just about being focused on the financial services offered to clients or advisors, but it is about building an ecosystem and community that improves lives. The Good Life culture is centered around a vibrant, upbeat work environment where employees are encouraged to think freely, dress for their day, all while having a strong focus on overall financial health and physical wellness.
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