Eikenberry Retirement expands in 2015


For the Sidney Daily News



Eikenberry Retirement Planning moved and expanded its business in 2015. Their new office is located at 1441 St. Marys Ave., Sidney.

Eikenberry Retirement Planning moved and expanded its business in 2015. Their new office is located at 1441 St. Marys Ave., Sidney.


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SIDNEY — Eikenberry Retirement Planning (ERP) has always strived to provide exceptional service to their clients. And, 2015 was no different.

“Just like a doctor finds the best remedies to keep his patients healthy, we look to provide the quality information for our clients’ retirement accounts,” John Eikenberry, president of Eikenberry Retirement Planning, said. “We work very hard to make sure our clients have the best information available so they can make informed decisions about their retirement accounts.”

Nick Boeckman, a financial representative with the Sidney-based firm, says the company continually reassesses each client’s investment profile to make sure any reallocation of their funds matches those profiles.

“We emphasize this strategy with every client who walks through our doors,” Boeckman said. “It’s absolutely essential for the health of their investment accounts.”

During the past couple of years, one of their strategies has included helping Baby Boomers find the best ways to utilize Social Security benefits. They do this through a series of workshops throughout a five-county area in Ohio. These workshops have been so well received, Eikenberry and Boeckman often have to add workshops to handle the number of attendees. They also teach these workshops and strategies to their peers throughout the United States.

“Seems like Social Security changes every year and with the new laws coming out of Washington, D.C., it is hard for the average retiree or pre-retiree to stay abreast of the many, and constant, changes,” Boeckman said. “That’s why our workshops are so well attended,” he said. “We explain the complexities of SSI benefits to our workshop attendees so they understand how to make their benefits work for them.”

Eikenberry and Boeckman have been expanding their client educational events throughout 2015 and already have several planned for 2016.

“We plan to hold more client educational events in 2016 and beyond, “Eikenberry said. “Educating our clients on current events and market trends and analysis becomes more important when markets become volatile,” Eikenberry said.

“One of the basic tenets of this company has been and always will be the value we place on the relationship between client and adviser. The year 2016 will see us work to increase and enhance those relationships. As I’ve said each year, its what sets us apart from the competition,” Eikenberry said.

“This year, as we do every year, we stress that there are many economic unknowns in the coming year,” Boeckman said. “That’s why it is so important to find and work with the right adviser.”

To learn more, including more areas to consider as well as the most critical questions to ask when looking for an adviser, contact Eikenberry Retirement planning at 937-498-1128 or info@eikenberryretirement.com. You can also visit them online at www.EikenberryRetirement.com.

John Eikenberry and/or Nick Boeckman are not affiliated with or endorsed by the Social Security Administration or any other government agency. Investment Advisory Services offered through Brookstone Capital Management LLC, an SEC Registered Investment Adviser.

Eikenberry Retirement Planning moved and expanded its business in 2015. Their new office is located at 1441 St. Marys Ave., Sidney.
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For the Sidney Daily News