Our doors are locked; but we're still working

Your health and well-being are a top priority and we are committed to serving your needs. Our office has made the decision to close its doors to the public effective Monday, March 23 until further notice.

While we are pausing face-to-face contact, we will still be available during regular business hours by phone and email. Client meetings will be held as scheduled via phone call or WebEx, rather than in person. You can also access your account information anytime at ameriprise.com or through the Ameriprise app. We have plenty of ways to stay connected, please reach out to us as you normally do.

We wish you and your family health and safety during this time and always.

Do you know your tolerance for investment risk?

When it comes to investing, risk and reward go hand in hand. The higher the risk, the higher the potential return, but also the greater the risk of loss.

Risk tolerance refers to your ability to endure market volatility. All investments come with some level of risk so it's important to be aware of how much volatility you can tolerate. How risk tolerant you are is important, because it is one of the basic factors in determining an appropriate investment strategy for you. Your risk tolerance can affect both the types of investments you own and the way you choose to diversify your portfolio.

Read more about risk tolerance and take the 5-question quiz to help you assess your own tolerance for risk. Then contact me to discuss your portfolio and how it meets your needs and risk tolerance.

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