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Open Advisors

UPDATED: September 8, 2020

Jon provides comprehensive, objective financial planning advice by coordinating the following areas: Retirement, Investment Strategy, Risk Management, Special Needs, and Estate Planning. He helps families with special needs children retire comfortably while ensuring a meaningful quality of life for their special child. He helps design strategies that maximize and protect family and government resources.

Jon is a firm believer in giving back to the community both through his work and in his personal life.
* Jon was a founding member and is a current board member of Sunflower Hill, a non-profit dedicated to creating a sustainable special
needs community for special needs adults.
* Jon is a member of the Academy of Special Needs Planners.
* Jon has been a Special Olympics coach since 2002.
* Jon served as Chairman of the Valley Health Care Charitable Foundation board of directors.
* Jon taught “Financial Strategies for Successful Retirement” at St. Mary’s College.

  • Languages:
  • English
  • Insurances Accepted:
  • Call for Fee
  • No Insurance Accepted

Address:

Open Advisors
3000 Executive Parkway
Suite 400
San Ramon, CA 94583
United States

Website:

Phone:

925-321-2670

Email:

jon@myopenadvisors.com

Contact:

Jon Elfin

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