Atlanta
Scarlet Oak Financial Services

 

Mon - Fri 9.00- 5:00
APPOINTMENT ONLY

Fiduciary advisor team at Scarlet Oak Financial Services

https://brokercheck.finra.org/

Financial Planner

We will work through the process to identify your needs, goals and strategy, and put your plan into action

Retirement Planner

Are you nearing partial retirement or considering retiring completely? What is your income distribution plan? We can plan for a specific retirement date but our final end date is a mystery. Will your resources last as long as you?

Wealth Advisor

Our advisors will provide you with independent and custom-tailored investment analysis and advice

Business Benefits

You’ve worked hard to get where you are. As a successful entrepreneur, there is much to consider when it comes to taking care of yourself as well as your business.

Things to know about us!

  • Holistic planning
  • Fee Based and Fee only fiduciary
  • Low cost Institutional Share Class
  • Alternative investments
  • Insurance- Life, Disability, Long Term Care and Annuity options
  • Faye is celebrating 14 years in the business
  • Laurie Colestock focuses only on Medicare solutions
  • New Medicare supplemental and advantage plan options
  • We provide group and one-on-one education on a variety of topics

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