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Maureen Demers

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“With over 25 years of experience in the financial services industry, Maureen Demers is a fiduciary advisor specializing in comprehensive financial planning with a tax focus.”
Firm:

Demers Financial Planning

Job Title:

Principal

Biography:

Maureen Demers is the owner of Demers Financial Planning and a Certified Financial Planner ™ practitioner. She advises professional women approaching retirement with objective, tax-focused  services. She understands the unique challenges faced by women in this “sandwich generation” , including work/life balance and the pursuit of financial security. She began working in the financial services industry in 1989, and  providing fee-only financial planning services to individuals, couples and businesses in 1996. As a Certified Financial Planner ™ practitioner, Maureen has met the high standards in education, experience, examination and ethics required by the CFP® Board. She is qualified to address the broad range of financial topics that should be included in your financial plan.

Maureen is a NAPFA-Registered Financial Advisor®. NAPFA (National Association of Personal Financial Advisors) has the highest membership standards in the industry including peer review and 60 hours of continuing education every 2 years.

Maureen is a Registered Investment Advisor in the state of Massachusetts. As a fee-only firm, Demers Financial Planning sells no products nor receives any commissions or referral fees from any non-client source, thus striving to avoid conflicts of interest. She is a graduate of the Boston University Financial Planning Certificate Program, and holds a BA from Emmanuel College.

Education:

BA, Emmanuel College

Fee Structure:

Fixed

CRD Number:

2835045

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