MFP Financial Services, Inc.
At MFP Financial Services, Inc., our mission is to help our clients navigate their life journey by creating custom financial strategies so that they may enjoy financial independence and leave a lasting legacy for future generations.
There is no magic to accumulating wealth.
The key is consistent investing. Once you are educated about investment opportunities, your destination becomes clear.
That's where Chris Mavrakos- The Financial Captain- makes all the difference. Chris is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER TM who spends valuable time with his clients, educating them, transforming their lives and helping them chart their course.
Life- the most challenging journey of all.
The goals are health, happiness and personal prosperity. To attain these goals, you've got to make your way through tough financial waters. To stay on course you need experience to guide the way. Someone who will navigate with confidence.
Chris has been dedicated to helping his clientele stay invested in both good and bad economic times. His clients benefit from frequent communication and proactive attention to their future.
If you want to take the helm of your financial future, talk to someone who understands the strategies of investments- the knowledgeable person who uses his experience to help his clients succeed.
Wherever your journey takes you, The Financial Captain will help you navigate the waters and stay on your charted course.
Contact MFP Financial Services, Inc. today at 727-443-3300, or browse the website for more information about our products and services!
Chris Mavrakos, CFP(R), cannot accept trade instructions using email or voicemail. If any trade instructions are left, they will not be acted upon.
MFP Financial Services, Inc. does not provide legal advice.
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