Worry-Free Wealth Management
At Galecki Financial Management, we help individuals and families in Fort Wayne, throughout Northeast Indiana and around the country achieve their financial goals. We provide our personalized financial planning services on a Fee-Only basis, which means we are always – and only – looking out for your best interests.
Helping you navigate through your financial life
We work with you through all of life’s phases, guiding you along the way so you can focus on what matters most to you. We help take the worry out of your financial future.
We’re a Fee-Only firm, which means we act as fiduciaries at all times. We never accept commissions or kick-backs. Your financial goals always come first.
Our highly experienced team is uniquely diversified and multi-generational, meaning we have a Financial Planner working with you wherever you are on your financial journey.
Peace of mind
All of our Fort Wayne-based Financial Planners are Certified Financial Planners™, and we are committed to continuing our education to ensure we remain on the cutting edge of financial planning techniques.
Ready to take the worry out of managing your wealth?
Put the Galecki team to work for you.
Interested in learning more about our proven approach to Fee-Only financial planning, extensive experience and comprehensive service offerings? Click below to schedule a meeting or send us a message.
Our services are a reflection of the extensive experience and expertise of our team – and the result of an objective, Fee-Only process that we believe is ideal for helping clients reach their financial goals. As always, and most importantly, these services are tailored to meet your specific needs.
Initial Financial Overview
Our Initial Financial Overview (IFO) is an extensive in-depth review of your current financial situation, which includes projections for your future.
Our process for determining where you are, where you’re going, and how best to get you there.
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