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Howard Bailey Financial Inc.
Casey B. Weade, Certified Financial Plannerâ„¢ (CFPÂ®), RICPÂ® and retirement planning professional, has been a sought-after speaker in northeastern Indiana on progressive personal finance and retirement planning strategies for nearly a decade. He is the president of Howard Bailey Financial, Incâ„¢, in Fort Wayne, Ind., author of The Purpose Based Retirementâ„¢ book and host of The Purpose Based Retirementâ„¢ TV and radio shows.
Weade works to provide comprehensive financial planning strategies to pre-retired and retired individuals, helping them achieve total wealth optimization and reliable income sources in retirement. As a firm believer in establishing a clear purpose for an individual's future to maximize efficiency in his/her financial life, he acts as a financial coach by optimizing current financial situations and looking for the money that is falling through the cracks.
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