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Retirement Thru Design - 4 Reviews - 21550 Oxnard Street, Suite #300, Woodland Hills, CA - Financial Counselors Reviews - Phone (800) 701-1870

Retirement Thru Design

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21550 Oxnard Street, Suite #300
Woodland Hills, CA 91367
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(800) 701-1870
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Blair Aaronson is genuinely concerned about his clients. He has helped rescue me and several of my friends and family members from unorthodox and self-interested financial adviser...

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A guy that actually cares 6/22/2013

Blair Aaronson is genuinely concerned about his clients. He has helped rescue me and several of my friends and family members from unorthodox and self-interested financial advisers. From the many self-professed gurus, he truly stands out as trustworthy, intelligent, knowledgeable, caring, and patient to his clients. more

Great man 6/15/2013

I met Blair Aaronson, the man behind the Retirement thru Design, two years ago for a review of my living trust. He is truly a qualified professional that helped a lot of people with their retirement plan. He is a dedicated, knowledgeable, motivated, & personable professional that I would certainly recommend to anyone. more

You get peace of mind with Blair 6/14/2013

Our experience with Retirement thru Design was professional, accommodating, and comfortable. The products we moved our retirement funds into have given us not only assurance but most importantly - peace of mind. Kudos to all the staff and especially to Blair Aaronson. You all guys exceeded our expectations. more

The mission statement of Retirement Thru Design 5/14/2013

The mission statement of Retirement Thru Design started 11 years ago. As a result of spending many years at America's top rated firms I came to the sad reality sometimes getting the real facts vs. a lot of financial mumbo jumbo was close to impossible. Personally, I am very disappointed at how the financial community has allowed Seniors to be fleeced of 40% of their lifetime savings by putting their earnings and bottom line in front of their fiduciary responsibilities. This vaporized close to 1/2 trillion dollars of hard earned assets. After being in the trenches for over 16 years, it became a tragic reality that the individual investor in 2008 was caught up a modern replay of the Emperor's new clothes. The saddest part has to be non-functional memories of the invested public . Those who thought they were smarter this time had to relive it all over again to the tune of 50% decline. Time for a little 5th grade math . When you lose 50% You need HOW MUCH to BREAK EVEN? No, not 50% but 100%! more
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  • Neighborhoods:

    Warner Center, South Valley
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