John Mclaughlin

Assisting individuals, families, and small business owners in accumulating and protecting their wealth.

My name is John McLaughlin. Welcome to my Web site. 


As a financial professional and active member of my community, I am dedicated to helping individuals and businesses build their financial futures.

 

To stay on top of my field and develop my professional skills, I’ve regularly attended industry training and certification programs. This includes completing the curriculum and passing the rigorous exams for the:

FINRA Series 7, 6, and 63 Licensed
CLTC - Certified in Long Term Care
 

My academic achievements include:

 

Bachelor's Degree from
Plymouth State University



My education, experience and professional affiliations have fostered my practical approach to offering financial services and advice to my clients. Rather than just recommending a hodgepodge of unrelated products, first I’ll consider your specific financial goals and investment objectives. Working together, we’ll formulate a strategy to help you achieve your goals. Then I’ll recommend the appropriate products and services to help you execute your strategy.

Maintaining a strong sense of community and a solid professional foundation are very important to me.
 

My family and I enjoy spending time together and vacationing on the Cape. 

 

Thank you for visiting my website. 

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