With Vestra Financial Partners, you get a cohesive, seamlessly integrated team of professionals with an innate commitment to serving at the highest level. Our clients benefit from our vast collective experience, knowledge and insights, and our multigenerational makeup and perspectives. Our all-women team leads with compassion and genuine caring – always driven by what’s in our clients’ best interest. We take a personalized, comprehensive approach by thoroughly evaluating your complete financial profile and goals and thoughtfully crafting a sound, customized strategy and solid plan for achieving those goals. Our approach considers not only our client, but generations to come, and how best to plan for a secure and comfortable retirement, as well as funding the needs of future generations. Our clients look to us as a trusted go-to confidante for anything affecting their finances – from investing to divorce to home buying. We are deeply dedicated to delivering on our promise of insightful planning and inspired outcomes for each client every day through the highest ethical standards, honest, open communication, and complete transparency in all aspects of conducting business.
What We Do
No matter where you are in life – we’re here for you through every step of your financial journey.
Women's Resource Center
Are you a woman who may need financial planning or investment help after losing a spouse due to death or divorce, changing jobs, or preparing for retirement? Are you single and planning for your future?
Social Security Resources
Millions of baby boomers are set to retire in the next 20 years, and most will rely on Social Security as an important source of retirement income. As they approach retirement, Americans want to understand how Social Security works. How much will they receive from Social Security? When should they begin receiving retirement benefits? What challenges is the Social Security system facing? These are some of the topics that our Social Security Resource Center explores.
Business Retirement Plans
We are committed to working with your organization to deliver innovative, results-oriented strategies and knowledgeable insights for your employer-sponsored retirement plan.
We’re proud to support the communities we live and work in. We strive to connect with our communities in a meaningful way, bringing about positive change and helping to provide services and resources to help them thrive.
Check out information on upcoming and past events we’re pleased to offer you, virtually and/or in person, on a variety of topics.
Just Passed: Life Happens
On December 7th, we welcomed Meg Muldoon as she presented "Life Happens: Adapting Your Estate Plan For Life Events" where she discussed that as your life changes, your financial needs and goals likely will too.
Simple Safeguards from Cybercrime
In an increasingly digital world, it’s more important than ever to take precautions and be aware of how to stay safe from identity theft and cybercrime.
Stay up-to-date and in-the know about every aspect of your financial picture.
February 01, 2023
What You Need to Know about the Secure Act 2.0
Outlined here are highlights of the new SECURE Act 2.0 that may impact you—both now and in the years to come.
January 03, 2023
Outlook 2023 offers the Janney Investment Strategy Group’s baseline forecasts for the economy and equity and fixed income markets in the coming year.
Research & Insights
Access our latest research and insights covering market news, financial planning topics, and more.
What to Consider When Buying or Selling a Home in a Rising Mortgage Interest Rate Environment
If you are buying or selling a home when mortgage interest rates are rising, there are important considerations to keep in mind that impact affordability and other factors.
January Investment Perspectives
Our Investment Strategy Group offers commentary on reducing national debt, major fixed income themes from last year, and the economic factors weighing most heavily on investors in 2023.
Home Improvement Credits Under the Inflation Reduction Act
If you are planning to purchase electric vehicles or make energy-efficient improvements to your house, you may save some money under the Inflation Reduction Act.