Pensions with Jeff Anthony | Wilde Wealth Wednesdays

Valley Business Radio

Dec 23 2020 • 25 mins

Wilde Wealth Wednesdays on Valley Business Radio are powered by the team at Wilde Wealth Management Group, an award-winning independent financial advisory firm that provides comprehensive retirement, investment, real estate, insurance, legal and tax planning services, all under one roof.

On today's show, Jeff Anthony with Wilde Wealth Management Group talks about public pensions and whether they're doomed because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Jeff Anthony is an Investment Advisor Representative with Wilde Wealth Management Group. Jeff got his start in the banking industry where he garnered over 10 years of experience from JPMorgan Chase before joining the Wilde Wealth family. He began his career in 2008 as a licensed banker before earning his way to become a financial advisor in 2010.

From a young age, Jeff has been fascinated with the stock market and indices. Since then, he has been relentlessly working toward building his education, knowledge and experience in the field. Jeff earned his Bachelor’s degree in interdisciplinary studies business and communication from Arizona State University and is a certified financial planner.

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