Through Aaron Sevigny’s affiliation with United Planners’ his focus is on creating comprehensive financial plans which allow clients to feel secure and confident in their decisions.Learn More
Aaron Sevigny works diligently to educate clients about portfolio diversification and investment options, offering tactical advice to deliver the best opportunities for financial success.Learn More
Aaron Sevigny assists in the implementation of clients’ needs for a seamless, active and enjoyable experience in today’s challenging and ever-changing financial environment.Learn More
Helping you Navigate Today’s Financial Environment
The grass can be greener with planning and action. Aaron Sevigny, President & CEO of Acadia Wealth Management, LLC, through his affiliation with United Planners’*, seeks to deliver the best opportunities for you to thrive, regardless of market conditions. He customizes your financial plan to meet your needs on your terms. Years of experience in the financial services industry have helped Aaron to understand that individuals face unique challenges as they navigate today’s financial environment. Aaron strives to take the mystery out of preparing for today and tomorrow.
Whether your goal is retirement, reducing tax liabilities, growing your assets or preserving your nest egg, the personalized platforms of service used at Acadia Wealth Management focus on your needs, wants, financial goals and objectives. We can help you and your family address your immediate needs and for many years to come. We look forward to working with you though all stages of your life.
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