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Retirement Planning

Retirement Planning

We can help you maintain your standard of living during the retirement years!

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Market Status

Market Status

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Financial Planning

Financial Planning

It involves more than money including your lifestyle, goals and ambitions!

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Why Sound Financial

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Sound Financial Strategies, we are a financial advisory and money management firm dedicated to helping our clients make the connection between a life of hard work and the retirement they have been working toward.

You've been working hard for a long time. During that time you may not have always been focusing on your retirement - life interrupted. But now, your focus is on the end game...how to manage your retirement funds so that you can maintain your lifestyle.

That's where Sound Financial Strategies Group comes in, we help our clients navigate their retirement through sound investment strategies and financial advisory services. We pride ourselves in helping clients understand and take advantage of today`s financial options. Our company is built on a solid foundation of excellent client service and in-depth market knowledge.

Call 601-856-3825, or toll free at 877-462-3744, and speak to an advisor to discuss your options.

Our Mission

"We serve God and others by providing Biblically and financially sound investment advice."

Client Stories

We are collecting stories of how our clients are spending their retirement and we would love to hear from you. Not retired yet? What is your dream retirement? Fishing, traveling, spoiling your grandchildren - there isn't a wrong answer. 

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Latest News

  • February 12, 2018

    WALL STREET SEES ITS FIRST CORRECTION SINCE 2016On Friday, the S&P 500 settled at 2,619.55, down 5.16% for the week. Thursday, it entered correction territory just nine days after its January 26 record close. The Dow Jones Industrial Average made even bigger headlines last week by taking two 1,000-point drops within four days, the second occurring Thursday.1,2Last Monday, U.S.

  • Correction or Something More?

    By Clint Sorenson, Chief Investment Officer for Sound FinancialThe market, as measured by the S&P 500 is now down YTD (SPY is down -1.10%) after being up more than 7.2% just a few weeks ago. The drawdown is nothing to panic about on the surface. Drawdowns over 10% are regular occurrences in the market.

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