Larry Seigelstein is an Advocacy Advisor at EisnerAmper Wealth Management & Corporate Benefits, LLC. He provides sophisticated financial planning, risk management and asset management to both individuals and corporations.
Larry helps his clients by providing systematic solutions for the creation and preservation of their wealth. By reviewing and analyzing an individual’s or corporations’ objectives through our Advocacy Management Process™, he is able to design and implement strategies to address today’s needs as well as those of the future. Along with his guidance, Larry’s goal is to educate and bring clarity to clients thus empowering them to make the proper choices. Prior to joining EAWMCB, Larry was an advisor with a major financial institution and played an integral role in his district achieving Top 10 honors in the nation for two consecutive years. Additionally, Larry has personal experience in running a family business through the various stages of an enterprise.
Larry is a graduate of State University of New York at Albany, and earned a Bachelor of Science (BS) Degree in economics and business. He holds Series 7, 63, and 66 as well as life, accident and health insurance licenses. Larry has been coaching and managing his children’s baseball, softball, and soccer teams longer than he is willing to admit. He is also involved in fundraising for the Alzheimer’s Association.
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