Atlanta Financial Advisor Receives Honorable Mention in Financial Planning Awards
Magazine Considers Professionals from Across the Country for Pro Bono Efforts
ATLANTA – Local financial advisor Brian Byars, Founder of Advanced Retirement Planning (ARP), recently received an Honorable Mention in Financial Planning Magazine’s Pro Bono Awards. This annual awards program, conducted in partnership with the Foundation for Financial Planning, recognizes the community service of advisors across the country.
Byars was selected for his work as a certified police instructor conducting training programs and financial planning seminars for public safety departments throughout Georgia. ARP has also pledged that veterans will never be turned away.
“This award hits at the core of ARP’s values: quality service, compassion and community involvement,” said Byars. “We are honored to have been selected as an Honorable Mention for an award that truly captures the heart of our business: helping people.”
In 2012, Byars was named to Georgia Trend Magazine’s “40 Under 40” list honoring industry leaders in business, government, education, nonprofits and the arts in 2012.
About Advanced Retirement
Founder Brian Byars and the professional advisors of Advanced Retirement Planning (ARP) are committed to excellence in service and results for each client. With offices in Gainesville and Covington, Georgia, ARP serves all of metro Atlanta and North Georgia. Advisory Services offered through 212 Advisory Group, a Registered Investment Advisory firm. Insurance products are offered through Advanced Retirement Planning. Additionally, professionals from Advanced Retirement Planning may transact business in states where properly qualified and licensed.