Upcoming Events

Art in Bloom

David M. Boccignone, Financial Advisor, CFP®, ChFC®, CLU® MBA

Rockford Art Museum is in full bloom during this event as works of art from the RAM Collection are creatively interpreted through flowers and other organic material. Experience imaginative installations by talented local designers, as well as unique demonstrations, workshops and programs throughout the event. Specifically, we will get to experience “The Art of the Flower” Gallery Walk. Rockford Art Museum Curator, Carrie Johnson and Kishwaukee College Horticulture instructor, Janet Gallagher will present an intimate look at the significance and meaning of flowers in art and design.

I’m hosting this event to support the museum and thank my special clients, as well as meet potential new clients in a low-key setting. I’m hopeful you and a guest, or two, can join us.

To reserve a spot: call us at 815.708.6112 or email us at bianca.aguilar@ampf.com

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Volunteering At The Northern Illinois Food Bank

David Boccignone, CFP®, ChFC®, MBA, Financial Advisor and Lori Melling, CFP®, Financial Advisor

Please join us at the Food Bank! We’ve reserved 9:00 A.M. to 12:00 P.M. on Saturday, May 3, 2016 for a group of interested volunteers to help sort food at the Northern Illinois Food Bank located at 765 Research Parkway in Rockford, IL. We’ll supply pastries, coffee and juice.

We have space for 40 volunteers. This is a family friendly event. Volunteers can be as young as age 8 (if accompanied by an adult). If you have friends, neighbors, or other family members who want to join, feel free to extend an invitation. This event is great for kids who need volunteer hours.

Northern Illinois Food Bank and its representatives are not affiliated with Ameriprise Financial. With Formatting

Spring ArtScene

David Boccignone CFP®, ChFC®, MBA, Lori Melling CFP®, Financial Advisors, and team

I t’s that time of year again…Spring Art Scene! For two evenings our office transforms into a vibrant art show. We’ll be displaying a wide variety of work by local artists; so grab a friend and join us for an evening full of art, appetizers, drinks and great company!

Artists represented included (but are not limited to): Therese Rowinski, Greg Whitson, Jean Apgar, Jenny Matthews, Tara McCallam, Tom Holoubek, Dee Santorini, Paul Burkholder, Paul Pinzarrone, Beth Speer, Lisa Stanky, Jennifer Furst, Karen Arthurs, Greg Lamont, Delores Burkholder, Laura Gomel, Steve Edwards, Jon Fassett, Roxanne Clifton, James Scanlon, Shanna Hill and Mona Lindvall

Spring ArtScene

David Boccignone CFP®, ChFC®, MBA, Lori Melling CFP®, Financial Advisors, and team

It’s that time of year again…Spring Art Scene! For two evenings our office transforms into a vibrant art show. We’ll be displaying a wide variety of work by local artists; so grab a friend and join us for an evening full of art, appetizers, drinks and great company!

Artists represented included (but are not limited to): Therese Rowinski, Greg Whitson, Jean Apgar, Jenny Matthews, Tara McCallam, Tom Holoubek, Dee Santorini, Paul Burkholder, Paul Pinzarrone, Beth Speer, Lisa Stanky, Jennifer Furst, Karen Arthurs, Greg Lamont, Delores Burkholder, Laura Gomel, Steve Edwards, Jon Fassett, Roxanne Clifton, James Scanlon, Shanna Hill and Mona Lindvall

Guide to the Markets

Chrisopher Ziemba, Vice President with JP Morgan Asset Management

David Boccignone, CFP®, ChFC®, MBA, Financial Advisor and Lori Melling, CFP®, Financial Advisor

Please join us for an informative event, Guide to the Markets. The presentation will focus on today's economic landscape, U.S. Markets and global outlook.

This is an informational seminar. There is no cost or obligation.

JP Morgan Asset Management and its representatives are not affiliated with Ameriprise Financial.

Investment products, including shares of mutual funds, are not federally or FDIC-insured, are not deposits or obligations of, or guaranteed by any financial institution, and involve investment risks including possible loss of principal and fluctuation of value.

Investment decisions should always be made based on an investor’s specific financial needs, objectives, goals, time horizon and risk tolerance.

Past performance does not guarantee future results.

There are risks associated with fixed income investments, including credit risk, interest rate risk and prepayment and extension risk. In general, bond prices rise when interest rates fall and vice versa. This effect is usually more pronounced for longer-term securities.

Stock investments have an element of risk. High-quality stocks may be appropriate for some investment strategies. Ensure that your investment objectives, time horizon and risk tolerance are aligned with stocks before investing as they can lose value.

International investing involves increased risk and volatility due to potential political and economic instability, currency fluctuations and differences in financial reporting and accounting standards and oversight. Risks are particularly significant in emerging markets.

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