TFO Phoenix President Scott Horn was recently featured in the Phoenix Business Journal’s Wealth Management Table of Experts. Scott participated in a panel discussion alongside other local advisors and addressed topics such as what to consider when choosing a financial advisor, how to prepare younger generations for inheriting wealth and the importance of Connecting Wealth and Purpose®.
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