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Arlington, VA 22207

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Todd Ihrig

(703) 536-3650

 
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Invest With A PlanSM

Investing is a process, not an event.  Investing is not just about choosing a specific stock or mutual fund; investing is building a unique plan to guide financial decisions based on defined financial goals.  Choosing appropriate investments is certainly part of the process, but it needs to be done in the context of an overall strategy.

My practice is built upon a comprehensive approach to wealth management. We work together, proactively, to anticipate when each of 8 wealth management issues are likely to become a priority for you. I can then be ready with ideas, suggestions and alternatives to address these issues. My background leads to a process-driven and disciplined, yet flexible, approach.

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