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Elevating Your Financial Strategy

Strat-os (noun) - The highest levels of a profession or other sphere.

As financial advisors located in Westchester County, NY, we specialize in financial planning and investment management.

Stratos Wealth Advisory Group was founded with the vision of serving clients who seek meaningful financial objectivity, open architecture, and a wealth of resources to meet any financial challenge that exists in today’s marketplace.

There is no “right” answer to the financial challenges of today, but there is an opportunity to reach beyond the obvious and elevate your perspective. Our clients and their families challenge us to raise the bar as we help them embark on a sustainable course toward their financial independence.

We strive to define our commitment to clients and the community through our actions, and we welcome the opportunity to elevate your financial strategies.

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Stratos Wealth Advisory Group offers access to four custodial options that provide an array of products and services that best serve our clients.

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