Welcome to Ivana Liberatore CPA, CFP® & Associates
Successful financial planning* needs to be centered around you and your personal financial needs.
Planning for the future allows you to know where you're headed and feel confident in where you stand in relation to your goals and intentions.
At Ivana Liberatore CPA, CFP® & Associates, our mission is to help you create a plan to pursue your vision of the future using tax and financial planning strategies. As both a tax and financial planning+ firm, we are uniquely qualified to help you with all of your financial needs. Our holistic approach to ongoing personalized financial services starts with taxes, defines and prioritizes the wealth management issues, creates a plan, and brings it to life.
Watch this video to learn about our unique approach to provide ongoing personalized financial services:
We will work with you, step by step, towards the destination of your goals through the creation of a financial plan+ with a tax efficient strategy personalized for you. We can provide valuable information and strategies to help you make important decisions during all of the many changes and milestones of life, such as:
- Investing for the future
- Financing a college education
- Planning for retirement
- Creating an estate plan
- Planning for special situations
- Managing family risk
- Starting a business
Ivana Liberatore CPA, CFP® & Associates provides the following services: Tax Planning and Preparation, Financial Planning*, Wealth Management, Retirement Planning*, Investment Management*, Education Planning*, Estate Planning, Cash Flow and Debt Management, Family Risk Planning, Business Planning, Special Situation Planning, and Insurance Services.
*These services are offered by both Ivana and Laura Liberatore through their affiliation with HD Vest Investment ServicesSM + This service provided by Ivana Liberatore through her affiliation with HD Vest Advisory ServicesSM.
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