We Are Here for Your Friends and Family This Holiday Season

We Are Here for Your Friends and Family This Holiday Season

December 05, 2021
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The holidays can be an extra financial burden in a regular year, but with all that 2021 has thrown at us in terms of increasing inflation rates, supply chain issues, and employment upheaval due to “The Great Resignation,” it’s understandable if you are feeling more stress than excitement these days. That means it’s more important than ever to find an advisor you can trust and work with to help secure your finances and plan for a bright future. 

We at HBA Wealth understand that this can feel like an intimidating process (at an already overwhelming time of year). Trusting someone with your hard-earned money is not a decision you should take lightly. Knowing this, we are honored to have the opportunity to continue serving more and more families and individuals who are ready to take the next step in their financial life. 

Do You Know Someone We Could Help?

That’s why we’d like to remind you that we’re here—not just for you, but also for your friends and family. We place the utmost value on our clients, and we greatly appreciate the opportunity to serve the important people in their lives as well. We gladly welcome the chance to connect and get to know new clients who may benefit from the services we provide. So, if you know someone who may benefit from our caring and knowledgeable guidance as they pursue their financial goals, or someone who needs an accountability partner to help them stay on track, we are happy to provide them with a complimentary financial consultation.

We believe that the best way to accomplish your goals is to partner with a trusted professional who can create a financial plan tailored to your unique needs. The best gift you can give your family and friends this holiday season is an encouragement to take the first step toward a healthy financial future. 

If you’re a client with our firm and you’ve enjoyed working with us, we hope you’ll refer a friend, colleague, or family member who may benefit from our services. For a no-obligation consultation, please share this article with them or have them contact us at (626) 529-8347 or email Ricky directly at ricky@hbawealth.com.

About Haydel, Biel & Associates

Haydel, Biel & Associates is an independent financial advisory firm serving individuals and families near Pasadena, California. The firm was founded in 2004 by Chris Haydel and Ricky Biel with a desire to provide unbiased, client-centered, community-based financial advice. Together, they have built a practice that has grown into a family of caring, smart professionals committed to blending proven investment methodologies with creative financial technologies that make it easier than ever to accomplish your goals. They strive to keep things simple and fun to give their clients peace of mind and alleviate financial stress. HBA Wealth takes care of their clients’ needs first and foremost and goes the extra mile to make their clients’ finances grow. To meet and see how the HBA Wealth team may be able to help, contact them today at (626) 529-8347 or email Ricky directly at ricky@hbawealth.com.

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