Lou Mancusi is a wealth manager with over 25 years of experience in his industry. He currently works at David A Noyes & Co.
For over 100 years, Noyes has been a pillar of financial expertise in the Midwest, earning their clients’ trust and serving their families and businesses for generations. Noyes serves as a “one stop shop” for anyone who has accounting or investment management needs, serving as long term partners with their clients.
An industry veteran, Lou Mancusi joined Noyes’ wealth management line-up so that he and his team could be competitive, deliver superior investment solutions for clients, and grow their business within a client-centric and tech-driven environment unlike any other.
As Managing Director of Noyes, Lou Mancusi creates comprehensive wealth management solutions through the use of resources of Investment Management and portfolio construction. His clientele— comprised of affluent families as well as private and public institutions — trust him to help achieve their goals of retirement planning, college planning, wealth transfer, and financial planning.
Creates comprehensive wealth management solutions through the use of resources of Investment Management. Helping clients reach goals of retirement planning, college planning, wealth transfer, financial planning.
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Wintrust Wealth Management.
Every entrepreneur or business owner wants to ensure that their businesses and organizations continue running even after they are no longer in the business.
Often times, people who don’t understand how wealth management works struggle to grasp the importance of using a wealth manager when it comes to planning their financial future.
Today’s financial pressures make the future seem too far away to worry about, so they will deal with retirement when it comes.
The best period to start kids’ college fund is immediately after they are born. With monthly or yearly regular investments and compound interest, the funds can grow for a long period.
Social Security makes up a major part of retirement income for many American senior citizens. The program has been in effect since 1935, and it’s paid an increasing amount to retirees and disabled Americans ever since. Here are some facts about the Social Security program everyone needs to know.
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Lou Mancusi shares his insight on retirement myths.