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Nannette Nocon

Nannette Nocon

\r\nNannette is a strong believer in the personal freedom that financial certainty brings. When financial concerns are managed and minimized, she says, people have a greater tendency to enjoy life fully. She’s made it her mission, then, to help clients meet their financial goals so they can get back to the things that make them happy and fulfilled. \r\n\r\n\r\nThrough her private wealth advisory practice, Nannette offers a broad range of financial products and services, with a strategic focus on retirement planning strategies, saving for education, estate planning strategies and charitable giving. She’s earned recognition for her 28-year-long financial advisor career, having recently received the prestigious Ameriprise Hall of Fame Award and has been in the Chairman’s Advisory Council for several years.\r\n\r\n\r\nSince 1995 she has hosted the local public television show It’s About Money, which seeks to educate viewers on money matters. She also sits on several boards, among them the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra and The Friendly Home, a Rochester, N.Y.-based nursing care and rehabilitation center. Professional associations she belongs to include the Investment Management Consultants Association and the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors.\r\n\r\n\r\nA graduate of Cornell University, Nannette enjoys live theater, films and visual art. During her free time she travels and cooks. She’s also an author, having published several children’s books.\r\n\r\n