Tom Consiglio has joined Center for Wealth Preservation as a Financial Services Professional. His previous work was more geared towards an entrepreneurial field that involved creating online websites and businesses to help develop meaningful relationships with wholesalers and marketing products on Amazon. Although he enjoyed the experience of owning a sole proprietorship, his interests shifted toward finances, and he soon saw the value of the financial services process and decided to join CWP.
Tom went to Fairleigh Dickinson University where he earned his bachelor’s degree in finance and wealth management. He grew up in Levittown and went to Kellenberg Memorial High School. Tom has an entrepreneurial background, which has been instrumental in helping him become a hard worker and self-starter. Tom had a keen interest in the stock and cryptocurrency markets throughout his undergraduate years. His excellent technical analysis skills and strong understanding of economics was the main factor for choosing the financial services industry. He enjoys face-to-face communication and creating strong relationships with his clients. His goal is to learn to efficiently help his clients with their specific needs and build financial wealth for short-term and long-term goals such as retirement. He aspires to be the best he can be, to serve those around him, and to be perceived as a leader. Because of his outgoing attitude, Tom has great verbal communication skills that allow his clients to feel comfortable and trusting.
Tom is committed to making a positive influence on people's lives. His mission is to assist families and company owners in achieving financial freedom using his reliable knowledge. He offers the necessary abilities, expertise, and experience to assist his clients. His personal goal is to develop meaningful relationships and become a client's go-to resource for life.
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