Robert Sauertig Registered Representativersauertig@cfsllc.comMobile: 973.476.5189Office: 201.843.7700 x 125 Robert is an established financial representative having been with CFS for over 25 years. His protection-first philosophy showcases his efforts as he takes a wide-angled view of his clients’ finances to help minimize risk, utilize tax strategies, and create greater liquidity. Robert works closely with small businesses, partnerships, and professional corporations as well as individuals and families in helping them achieve and maintain financial balance through the use of life insurance and vehicles. Additionally, he has knowledge in implementing and servicing small group health plans for employers ranging from 1-50 employees. All that Robert does is to help his clients achieve financial stability, either in their businesses or personal lives.Along with his professional career, Robert is involved in the Cure Breast Cancer Foundation (CBCF).He has been married to his wife, Pamela, for over 25 years and together they have raised two boys, Zackary and Jake. Robert plays basketball and golf in his down time. He is an assistant coach for the boys varsity basketball team at Manchester Regional High School in Haledon, NJ.EducationBS Finance, University of MassachusettsLicensesLife, Accident & HealthSeries 6, 63Robert’s accomplishments includeGuardian Leaders Club, 5 yearsGuardian Group Pensions Leadership Award, 1996 Individual Planning Making Your Assets Work TogetherAssess Life Insurance NeedsTerm Life Insurance QuoteIncome Protection Quote Retirement Planning Information on Social SecurityYour Retirement RealityGuaranteed Retirement IncomeThe Basics of Medicare Business Planning Why Your Business Needs a Buy-Sell AgreementBusiness Exit Planning StrategiesProtecting Your Business from the Loss of a Key Person The ABC’s of Auto Insurance What kind of auto insurance should you have? Do you know? Learn More Overlooked Ways to Add Diversity to Your Portfolio It’s an exciting time for American investors. Recent years have seen a boom in Americans investing in the stock market, with Goldman Sachs estimating U.S. households will spend $400 billion on equities in 2021, averaging an eyebrow-raising 44% allocation of their total assets to stocks. Between new technologies (like mobile trading apps) lowering the bar to entry and “meme stock” trends raising awareness, it’s no wonder so many people are waking up to the power and potential of investing. Learn More Registered Representative of Park Avenue Securities, Financial Representative of Guardian, CA insurance license #0B39278.