Financial security does not depend on how much money you earn or how much money you have, it depends on whether or not you are in control of your money.

Control your money today, and control your destiny tomorrow.

There’s nothing more worrisome than being unsure about your financial security. I’d like to offer you an opportunity to create a new future, not based on fear, frustration, and uncertainty but based on sound financial principles. Instead of drifting into the unknown, we can plot a new course based on realistic expectations, create strategies that can help grow your wealth and help achieve your goals.

My mission is to break down all of that confusing terminology and conflicting advice into simple, manageable pieces. With over two decades of experience I’m confident I can guide you through the clutter. You’ll probably find that personal finance is a lot less complicated than you thought. Together we will create a complete, tailored strategy to grow and protect your assets and to achieve your goals. We will also monitor your progress to help make sure you stay on track or determine if any adjustments need to be made. Together, we can get there.

Make a commitment to yourself to take care of yourself. You deserve it.

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Jennifer Blake Karaczen

NEXT Financial Group, Inc.
63 West Main Street, Suite O
Freehold, NJ 07728
ph: 732.506.7957
Jennifer.Karaczun@Nextrep.com

Latest News

Financial and Economic Brief - July 18, 2017

• NY Manufacturing Slows - Manufacturing in New York State grew in July but at a much slower pace than June and remains at a “mostly healthy level”.

• This Week’s Financial News - This week is an “unusually” light week of economic news but does include the kickoff of the second-quarter earnings season.

• Wall Street Opens Flat - Today U.S. stocks opened flat and held steady at record levels. Analysts estimate Q2 earnings for the S&P 500 companies rose 8.1% from Q2 2016.

Financial and Economic Brief - July 11, 2017

• Job Market Better Than Expected - The U.S. job market created 222,000 new positions in June which was higher than expected and the unemployment rate held at 4.4%.

• More Sears and Kmart Closings - On Friday Sears Holdings announced that it will close eight Sears department stores and 35 Kmart locations, adding to the list of 236 stores Sears has closed in 2017

• Steel Demand Forecast Rises - European steel association, Eurofer, raised its 2017 EU steel demand forecast but said a U.S. plan to levy steel tariffs on national security grounds could be terrible for global trade flows.