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- Has your financial life become more complicated than ever?
- Are you concerned you’re missing out on opportunities for greater impact?
- Do you wonder whether you’re managing your resources in a way that’s consistent with your values?
Let’s bring order to your financial future -- for your family, investments, and the causes you care about.
Experience clarity and confidence in your financial life.
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Clients come to us because they feel called to make the maximum impact possible with their time, talent and treasure. But they often feel overwhelmed with where to start.
At Stewardship Advisory Group, we’re more than financial advisors. We’re family members, business professionals and stewards seeking God’s best for our lives. We’re passionate about helping you practice wise planning, investing and whole-person stewardship completely confident you’re living according to your priorities. Our Financial Roadmap™ has helped hundreds of families in West Michigan clarify a plan to do just that.
We’re here to help you too.
Who we serve
Individuals & Families
Get your entire financial house in excellent order with a clear Financial Roadmap™:
- Values-based life planning
- Comprehensive wealth management
- College savings plans
- Retirement planning
- Business transition strategies
- Tax saving strategies
- Collaboration with tax, estate planning, and other subject matter experts
Make smart choices with your money today.
Experience confidence for tomorrow.
We’ll organize all aspects of your financial world into one clear plan, so you can make wise, informed decision that align with your values.
We'll simplify more than 143 unique financial areas into one powerfully effective plan, and help you follow it so you make progress where it counts.
Discover the joy and contentment that comes from aligning your financial life with timeless biblical wisdom.
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Todd Ackermann and Craig Ackermann are Investment Advisor Representatives offering Financial Planning and Investment Advisory services through Stewardship Advisory Group, LLC; an SEC Registered Investment Advisor. *Legacy Coaching services are offered through Stewardship Legacy Coaching, LLC. Securities are offered through United Planners Financial Services of America, a Limited Partnership, Member FINRA, SIPC. - Stewardship Advisory Group, LLC and Stewardship Legacy Coaching, LLC are not affiliated with United Planners Financial Services. Jacob Ekkens is an Investment Advisor Representative offering Financial Planning & Investment Advisory Services through Stewardship Advisory Group, LLC; SEC Registered Investment Advisors.
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