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Our History

When Ken Becker started working in financial services in 1985, he was interested in a relationship driven career in which he could genuinely help people and be a trusted advisor to make an impact in their lives. He initially started with a Fortune 500 financial services firm and worked his way up through the ranks, quickly being promoted to numerous leadership positions in New England and eventually becoming the General Agent for the state of New Jersey. After some time in this role, he decided that his passion was in helping individuals and building long term relationships with his clients, so he made the move back to Connecticut.

In 2003 Ken’s son Todd joined him full time as a Financial Advisor. Todd graduated from Bentley University with a degree in Finance. He had obtained his securities license after his Junior year in college and completed multiple internships with a Fortune 500 financial services firm, learning all of the facets of personal finance, and then graduating with honors. Upon doing their due diligence, Ken and Todd decided that becoming independent would make the most sense to service their clients in the best way possible.

In 2005, Ken and Todd founded Becker Financial Solutions so they would no longer be limited to the products, investments, and services of a captive financial services firm, but could match each client with the investment that best suits their needs. They both went on to qualify for Million Dollar Round Table, obtain multiple designations, and build their business to be what they had envisioned. Now with client relationships of over 35 years in the making, Becker Financial Solutions continues to enjoy educating and guiding people along the road to personal financial success.

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