Alan M. Gnoinski is the owner of AMG Financial, a financial services firm located in Western New York. He is currently a registered representative of United Planners Financial Services. Mr. Gnoinski started his financial career in 2001 with Delta Equity Services out of Boston, MA, and later moved on to The Legend Group where he founded AMG Financial. In 2007 Mr. Gnoinski became a representative of NEXT Financial, and a consultant of “The Financial Guys, LLC”. Within AMG Financial, Mr. Gnoinski also started Retirement Rescue Workshop, a company devoted to providing free seminars and education to the public. He has spoken at numerous company conferences and seminars on the following topics: How to protect your wealth and assets, tax free income, the importance of a financial plan and “Your Retirement Red Zone”.
Over his career Mr. Gnoinski has been a 401k plan services agent for Paychex 401k division, and the financial plan services consultant for Independent Solutions Wealth Management LLC.
As the owner of AMG Financial, Mr. Gnoinski has helped to steer individual and corporate clients through the minefield of retirement. It is his belief that in today’s marketplace the client is underserviced, and underappreciated, as the appropriate tools, time, and investments are not being used to service the clients needs. Mr. Gnoinski appreciates that every client is different and requires a specific financial plan.
Mr. Gnoinski started AMG Financial because he understands the needs that clients have in protecting, organizing and evaluating their constantly evolving financial situation. As an Investment Advisory Representative of Lincoln Sparrow Advisors he believes that he is uniquely able to create and offer tailored solutions for clients, including wealth accumulation, asset protection, financial planning, estate planning, tax minimization and insurance planning strategies.
Mr. Gnoinski currently holds the following securities and insurance licenses: Series 7, Series 63, Life, in the following states: New York, Florida, Illinois, Maryland, and North Carolina