Hicks Advisory: Never too late to start saving

ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE)– There’s no time like the present to start putting money away for the future.

Hicks Advisory Group joined¬† KRQE’s This Morning team to discuss how important it is to start even putting a dollar a day away and how quickly it adds up. No matter what your age box you check, a savings plan is a smart idea.

The advisory group is an independent registered investment advisement team helping clients to and through retirement. While helping clients meet the individual financial planning and retirement needs their approach is far from a one size fit all plan.

For those interested in learning more about saving for their future can attend the groups upcoming educational workshop.

On Tuesday, June 23 and Wednesday, June 24 at 6:30 learn and gaining solid advice about the latest investment tools.

This workshop is being held at the North Domingo Baca Multi-generational Center located North of Paseo Del Norte on Wyoming on June 23,

For the June 24th workshop find them at the Taylor Ranch Community Center located North of Montano on Taylor Ranch Rd.

Also, the presidents of the Hicks Advisory Group, father and son team Ralph and David Hicks, host the Retirement Solutions Show aired every Saturday at 1pm on 770KKOB.






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