Tony Steuer

Tony Steuer CLU, LA, CPFFE

I make the complex world of financial services easy to understand so that people feel empowered to take control of their financial lives. A recognized authority on financial preparedness - in case of that disaster you did not expect - I advocate for ethics, integrity and consumer protection within the financial industry.
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Get Ready!   is the most comprehensive financial first aid kit out there. It’s financial-know-how + disaster preparedness, all in one planner.
Whether you need to organize your finances in the event of a disaster or simply prepare yourself for life’s inevitable changes,  Get Ready!  will show you how to gather everything in one place and help you breathe easier.

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Tony Steuer on ABC Seven on Your Side
with Michael Finney

Tony spoke to 7 On Your Side’s Michael Finney on how people can  decide which documents are worth keeping. Tony provided recommendations on what you should do about your important documents, which ones should keep and which documents you can shred.

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I believe that we are all responsible for our actions and have a responsibility to be educated.  I also believe that advisors and financial services companies have a duty to act with integrity.

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Get Ready! Give-away

Pleased to host a Goodreads give-away for Get Ready: A Step-by-step planner for maintaining your financial first aid kit. Get Ready is all about ...
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Get Ready: Here’s How and Why to Get Financially Organized Because of Covid-19 (Coronavirus)

Over the last few days, for many us, our lives have been completely changed. My family is under a shelter in place order which ...
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