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Navigating Uncertain Times

Navigating Uncertain Times

Recent weeks have seen some extraordinary moves in the financial markets, as the world reacts to the spread of COVID-19. Please know that we are closely monitoring current news and economic reports, and we are committed to supporting you through this season. Feel free to contact us any time, for any reason. We are here to help.



Presenting Our Clients With Uncommon Knowledge

With headquarters in Melville, New York, Insignis Financial Group LLC has created a unique and powerful Insignis Process, helping clients move towards & maintain an improved level of financial balance. Our fully integrated methodology enables clients to more effectively achieve their goals through active, truly optimized decision making. 

By working with and coordinating all of your advisors, carriers and other providers, we eliminate the blind spots in your planning. Because optimized decisions cannot be made in individual silos, we put an emphasis on the big picture. At Insignis Financial, we change the conversation from product to process. 

With more than 40 years of combined experience as a process-driven leader in protection, financial and investment management services, Insignis can lead you down the path to sustained success, which will allow you to have more, enjoy more and leave more!

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