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Securities America - Williamsburg, VA

Call Us: (757) 258-3134

 
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REAL CREDENTIALS

 

Bruce holds CLU® and ChFC® designations from The American College and CAP® designation from the Richard D. Irwin Graduate School.

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REAL EXPERIENCE

 

Bruce is a 34 year veteran of the financial services industry. He is a Registered Representative of Securities America, Inc., and served on their advisory council.

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REAL RESULTS

 

We have a successful track record representing individuals, families, trusts, business owners and professionals, endowments, and pension plans.

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W. B. JACKSON & ASSOCIATES

 

Welcome! Thank you for visiting our website. We are a branch office of Securities America, Inc., located in the New Town section of Williamsburg, Virginia. We understand that everyone is unique and faces different challenges with their finances. Our personalized service focuses on your needs, wants, and financial goals and objectives.

We take pride in the fact that we are one of the only firms that actively coordinates legal and tax planning with investment management and income distribution on an ongoing basis. We look forward to the opportunity to visit with you and discuss the services we provide.

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