Smart Money with Casey Marx

Sundays at 9 a.m. - 10 a.m.

CALL NOW  855-340-SAFE! 


Here's a bio from his latest book, Safe Money:  

"As founding principal of Crown Haven Wealth Advisors, Casey has found great joy in assisting people in the Hoosier state, and across the nation achieve their financial goals. 

By utilizing careful retirement planning techniques that are tailored to each individuals'​ financial needs, Casey has helped his clients protect millions of dollars in retirement assets, with not one penny ever being lost due to market downturns. 

Casey is a man who understands the need for true financial stability; after his father's untimely passing when he was only 15 years old, with his mother earning a modest school teacher's salary, Casey witnessed first hand the effects a market downturn can have on a family when more than half of his mother's life savings were swept away within a blink of an eye. 

Casey finds comfort in the fact that every day when he goes to work, he has the honor of assisting his clients in the preservation, protection, and safe growth of their financial assets, preserving bright futures for themselves and their families."


This named One of America's Financial Leaders this year by Forbes expert will be on WIBC every Sunday from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. to help with all your financial questions! Remember to call him at his toll free number: 855-340-7233. 

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