BOSTON, Mass. – September 25, 2018 – ANDREW KYRIACOU of Shrewsbury, MA (AndrewKyriacou.Tips), announces the launch of his new financial blog. This new financial blog explains how to invest your money like a high net worth individual, and give you actionable tips help investors on every level make the most of their money. The launch of this blog brings with it a 22 years of experience from the financial world, which provides immeasurable counsel to readers.
“Even though I’ve spent most of my career helping high net worth individuals, I want this new financial blog to help all investors,” said blog creator Andrew Kyriacou. “I’d like to use my 22 years in the financial advisory industry to help people invest wisely. If readers get even one helpful tips that they didn’t know before, then I’ve done my job with this blog.”
In his career Andrew Kyriacou has been named one of the top 100 financial planners in the United States and he is a 4 Year Winner from Five Star Professionals. Andrew Kyriacou has spent his career growing wealth for high net worth individuals. Although high net worth individuals are usually already savvy and successful, Andrew helps his clients identify their blind spots when it comes to managing money. By focusing on financial objectives, Andrew gets to the core of each client’s values and goals rather than the dollar and cents.
Andrew Kyriacou is a frequent speaker and lecturer on tax and financial planning topics, including numerous appearances on radio and TV programs. He also sits on the Board of Directors at his children’s school in Shrewsbury, MA.
To read the new financial blog and learn why Andrew Kyriacou is pushing for this to be such a huge benefit, please visit https://andrewkyriacou.tips
About Andrew Kyriacou
Andrew Kyriacou is the Managing Director of Andersen Tax, LLC in Boston. He has 22 years experience in helping high net worth individuals grow their wealth.
He’s in charge of Andersen Tax’s strategy and implementation of wealth-transfer planning, investment advisory services, individual income tax planning and compliance, trusts and estates, and charitable giving.