Meet Your Advisor Michael Lange President, Lange Financial Advisors, Inc 815-482-2362 815-479-0299 email@example.com “People First – Money Second”Michael Lange has been a financial advisor for 35 years. He is dedicated to providing value-based, comprehensive financial advice, using asset management programs that help ensure that his clients reach their ideal retirement with less worry and stress. Michael has become a leader in pre- and post-retirement planning and specializes in protecting 401K and IRA assets from stock market losses, securing lifetime income that you cannot outlive, developing and managing Tax-Free Income programs, and using Living Trusts and other Estate Planning techniques to avoid Probate.Michael’s warm personality, gift for helping others, and ability to explain difficult concepts in layman’s terms have all helped him build strong, long-lasting relationships with his clients. Work with Michael and experience what it’s like to have a truly trusted advisor whose passion helps provide a unique perspective for your retirement success.Credentials• Received his Bachelor of Business degree from Western Illinois University in 1981• Received LUTCF designation in 1990• Named in Chicago Magazine’s Top Financial Advisors in 2010• In 2015, became a member of the Million Dollar Round Table “Court of the Table”• Achieved National Social Security Advisors certificate from the National Social Security Association in 2017Purpose“I specialize in partnering in my clients’ retirement needs. I seek to build and maintain strong relationships that will last a lifetime. Understanding and identifying each client’s unique and specific retirement goals while providing a lifetime of retirement income, all with the prospect of less worry and stress, can help us achieve our goal of a secure future in retirement.”How to StartThe most efficient way to start is to determine your Risk Number. This is usually done in person at my office and only takes a few minutes. In the meantime, feel free to visit www.langefinancialadvisors.com. If you cannot make it by the office, please request an email version of the Risk Number questionaire.