NH Veteran-Friendly Business with a Bronze-Honor Level
Nvest Financial Group is proud to announce that we have been recognized as a NH Veteran-Friendly Business with a Bronze-Honor Level status!
Nvest strives to help our Veteran’s in any way possible. Being recognized as a Veteran Friendly business will allow us to continue to support military and veteran families who need financial support. We are honored to serve those who serve our country in the best way we know how.
Our mission “Helping you and your family build financial confidence, one relationship at a time” speaks to this award and we are excited to extend our mission to helping veterans and their families. If you know of a veteran who could use our resources, please do not hesitate to reach out!
As part of our give-back to veterans and their families, we continue our Operation Love event. This year we will be donating to the Fisher House, home of Walter Reed’s National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, MD. We will be collecting donations all through the Holidays up until February 1st and you can drop off the donations at either of our locations in Kennebunk, ME and Portsmouth, NH.
For more information on any of our events or to learn more about Nvest Financial Group, visit www.nvestfinancial.com
Securities and advisory services offered through Commonwealth Financial Network®, member FINRA/SIPC, a Registered Investment Adviser. Financial Planning offered through Nvest Financial Group, LLC, a Maine & New Hampshire‐Licensed Investment Adviser, are separate and unrelated to Commonwealth. Fixed insurance products and services offered through CES Insurance Agency.
1This recognition and the due-diligence process conducted are not indicative of the advisor’s future performance. Your experience may vary. “All criteria must be met to be eligible for any level of program recognition. Eligibility requirements will be verified before application is reviewed: be based, or have locations, in the State of New Hampshire, submit a completed application by the deadline, in good standing with the Secretary of State, not delinquent in paying Unemployment Insurance taxes, in good standing with the Department of Labor (including Workers’ Comp) &^ all required taxes are current with the Department of Revenue.”