Edward Jones financial advisor moves into former Quiznos space

A new Edward Jones financial advisor has moved into the space that once housed Quiznos Subs. Albert Angel, a Seattle resident, moved into his new office on Mercer Island in mid-March, coming from Leschi.

A new Edward Jones financial advisor has moved into the space that once housed Quiznos Subs.

Albert Angel, a Seattle resident, moved into his new office on Mercer Island in mid-March, coming from Leschi. This is his fourth year as a financial advisor with Edward Jones.

Angel offers retirement planning, education planning, long-term savings for education, brokerage and life insurance, to name a few. He offers all financial services that brokerage firms generally have available.

“The majority of our business is investments — IRAs, Roth IRAs, retirement,” said Angel. “The best thing about our business is we offer one-on-one individual attention. We’re really accessible.”

Angel is independent of the other Edward Jones advisor on the Island, Kirk Felton. As independent financial advisors, they each have their own separate offices and a separate client base.

“It’s always a great time to invest — it’s always a good time to think about your future and plan it out,” Angel said.

Reach Angel at (206) 275-1181.

 


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