Welcome to Oak Tree Financial Services, LLC
We would like to welcome you to Oak Tree Financial Services, LLC’s website. This is our “virtual office” and we designed it for clients to use as a complete financial planning and investment resource. We encourage you to roam our “office” and learn more about our organization, our people and the array of resources available to you from one comprehensive site. The purpose of the site is threefold.
First, we want to give our clients a place to go to find out what is happening at our company and to have an easy way of communicating with us, at your convenience.
Second, we want you to have access to the latest information available regarding your accounts and us in a centralized location.
Lastly, we will be providing information on planning and investing that we will believe is relevant to our clients. We want you to know how much we value these relationships as well. It is our hope that by putting this type of information at your fingertips we can continue to provide the services you have come to expect from us.
We hope that you will find this addition to Oak Tree Financial Services enjoyable and beneficial.
If you have any comments or questions please feel free to contact us. Thanks for visiting.
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