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Understanding Today’s Financial Environment

Welcome! I’m Eric S. Ball, a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNERTM with Ball Wealth Management in Porterville, CA. I understand the challenges and complexities that people face in their financial lives.  My goal is to help take the mystery out of the world of finance and assist you in coordinating your finances in order to pursue and enjoy financial freedom. Whether you are investing for retirement, college savings, insurance or estate planning, or just need to ask a question, my firm Ball Wealth Management, offers personalized service which focuses on your needs, wants, and financial goals and objectives.

With over 30 years of experience in financial services, I can help you address your needs of today and for many years to come. My staff and I look forward to working with you through all stages of your life.  Our website has tools and resources to help you get started. Please contact me at (559) 784-0957 or at eric.ball@kmsfinancial.com to schedule a complimentary initial consultation.

I look forward to meeting you.

"Thank God I Paid  For the Rolls! "

The stock market crash of 2008 was the ultimate "Failure to Proceed" and caused panic and anxiety.  With real life stories and experiences, and a wry sense of humor, Eric Ball wrote "Thank God I Paid Cash For The Rolls!" to offer a unique perspective on the financial crises and provide insights, concepts and strategies to help you both survive and thrive in an uncertain world.  No matter what the future holds, the principles explored in Eric's book will be valuable for your financial planning.

With so many books on financial planning in the market, why would you choose “Thank God I Paid For The Rolls!”   Because it makes sense!!  Eric’s extensive years of experience, trials and tribulations as a Financial Planner along with his personal experiences has made him highly regarded in his field.   

With Eric's book, you will gain knowledge of:

  • Developing a long-term perspective in a short term minded world.
  • You will gain from the experiences of people who have faced financial crises in the past and how they address the challenges.
  • Ideas for setting financial goals and practical steps to implement them.
  • Strategies to coordinate your investment and retirement plans.
  • Practical steps to manage, reduce and eliminate debt.
  • Practical ideas for both the beginner and the seasoned investor.

The stories, ideas and concepts in this book make it the perfect foundation for a high school or college graduate.  This is a perfect gift for anyone wanting to expand their financial horizon.

To get a copy of Eric' book, simply CLICK BELOW, or better yet, call our office at (559) 784-0957 and Eric will send you an autographed copy.

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