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Advisors Magazine - January 2018
From Child Actor to Financial Advisor
Mitch Silberman is one of those rare individuals who made a lot of money before hitting puberty. He was a child actor, working all the time in TV and movies and doing voiceovers. When he was older, he used that money to pay for college, travel, and buy used cars. Then the money was gone...
Dramatically Different, Intensely Personal
We look at financial services through a different lens. We know that a one-size-fits-all philosophy doesn’t work for our clients. At Silberman Wealth Strategies, we work with a select group of individuals and families as we devote the time to truly serve each of our client’s individual financial situations. We help solve the challenges that wealth creates. Learn more about our Personal CFO Services.
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