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2311 East Stadium Boulevard
Suite 202
Ann Arbor, MI 48104

Nadine Burns

(734) 330-2266

 
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WELCOME TO A NEW PATH FINANCIAL

At New Path Financial we try to be the financial planning firm that helps you navigate your way through your own financial life path.  We work with you to create your map of goals and dreams, help figure out what can get in the way, make recommendations on what to bring with you along the way, and help you organize your financial life so it works when you need it to.

A New Path Financial is Ann Arbor's preeminent investment advisor and A Certified Financial Planning® Professional firm.  No matter where you are on your life's path, or what has happened in your past, A New Path Financial can help you establish, implement and monitor your financial life, so you can enjoy your personal life, knowing you are on your way.

We Offer Personalized Plans to Match Your Needs.

One-size fits all policies are best left to vacation bike helmets. At A New Path Financial, we focus on tailoring our plans to not only fit your current situation, but also provide a foundation for future growth. No matter where you are in your financial journey, we endeavor to take you to the next level.

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WHAT WE DO

FINANCIAL PLANNING

It all starts with a plan.  As a Certified Financial Planner® Professional, we look at all aspects of your financial life to address your goals, dreams and things that can get in the way to create a plan specific for you.

WEALTH STRATEGIES

Growing your wealth requires patience and foresight. With our time-tested investment strategies, we’ll help you build long-term profitability through short-term planning.

INSURANCE SERVICES

A good defense is the best offense. Let A New Path Financial surround you and your family with leading insurance policies.

EMPLOYEE BENEFIT PROGRAM

Managing your company’s 401k program can seem complicated, but A New Path Financial will make it easy. Our time-tested benefit strategies will leave your employees in good standing. 

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We Offer Personalized Plans to Match Your Needs.

OUR SERVICES

Retirement Planning

Enjoy the fruits of your labor. A New Path Financial will help plan for your retirement and excite you for what’s to come.

College Planning

Rising education costs require a forward-thinking plan. A New Path Financial can help you prepare for one of life’s biggest investments.

Business Planning

We believe small businesses are the backbone of America. At A New Path Financial, we do our utmost to help your business thrive.

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How Much do You Know About Investment?

These days, investing in financial markets is a common practice. Yet, many Americans remain under-informed about how various investment products really work. Want to know how you rank? Challenge yourself with our brief quiz, "Test Your Investment IQ."

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