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April 03, 2018

Freedman Financial Celebrates 50 Years Financial Planning and Investment Advice By Freedman Financial

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Peabody, MA-April 2018— Freedman Financial of Peabody, MA is proud to announce their 50th anniversary of providing financial planning and investment advice to individuals and families who live or have roots on the North Shore and Merrimack Valley. Started by its founder, Barry M. Freedman on April 10, 1968, more than 1000 families have been the beneficiaries of the firm’s independent, objective advice.

“It’s quite a milestone to achieve in light of the ever-changing economic landscape, said Marc Freedman CFP, CEO and President, “We’ve navigated our clients through life events, recessions, economic turmoil and a wild stock market. Along the way, our clients have learned that financial planning starts with understanding the big picture of their financial life, before ever making investment decisions.”

Located in their new home at 41 Cross Street, Peabody, above Alto Forno restaurant, Freedman Financial continues to serve the financial planning and investment management needs of the community with “financial advice in a language you can understand™”.

Pictures available upon request.

About Freedman Financial

Freedman Financial of Peabody, MA currently serves the financial planning and investment management needs of 450 households and manages $325 Million as of 4/2/2018. They are registered investment advisor with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Securities are offered through LPL Financial. Member FINRA/SIPC.

Freedman Financial is a separate entity from LPL Financial.

If you would like more information about Freedman Financial, please contact Jodi Deldon, Director of First Impressions at 978-531-8108, jodi@freedmanfinancial.com or www.freedmanfinancial.com

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