Welcome to Gorton Financial Group, an Independent Retirement Financial Services Firm
The team at Gorton Financial Group has been serving clients in the Oklahoma area for over 30 years.We specialize in working with retirees, professionals nearing retirement, and high net worth investors.
Today’s markets are challenging and we believe that specializing allows us to meet our clients’ needs better. By focusing on the unique needs of retirees, we are able to keep them up-to-date on the many issues facing our clients and the changing tax-planning landscape. We take a prudent approach to long-term investing and emphasize conservative, secure investment strategies designed to deliver a comfortable retirement. Our conservative style helps assure the peace of mind of our clients.
We are proud to have built a practice based on trust, customer service, and prudent advice; we know how important your relationship with a trusted advisor is when markets slide. We are committed to becoming the lifelong trusted advisor for all our clients.
As an independent financial advisory firm, we are not tied to any one company or product and we do not have sales quotas. This allows us to focus on serving the unique needs of each individual client. We do not believe in one-size-fits-all planning and we have developed our business by reaching out, nurturing and maintaining close, trusting relationships with our clients.
If you have any questions about planning or would like to schedule a time to discuss your retirement future, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call us at 405-681-9633.
In The News!
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