Hands-On Professional Management of Your University or Hospital Retirement Account
As a university or hospital employee, you have dedicated your career to helping others. We understand the countless hours that go into a job well done, and that many employees simply don't have the time to devote to managing a retirement portfolio.
Provizr advisors are uniquely equipped to help manage both your university Fidelity and TIAA retirement accounts without having to transfer your funds. We offer dedicated professionals who can customize an investment strategy specifically designed for your needs.
Like you, we are passionate about our work and want to be a part of others success without setting up roadblocks. If you are looking for help but not necessarily long term portfolio management, we have developed a unique system to provide professional advice and management tools, all at no charge or obligation.
You deserve more time and less stress. Relax a little easier knowing your retirement is in good hands with Provizr.Contact Us
Work one on one
Work with a dedicated advisor who knows you personally and understands your specific goals.Learn More
Accredited Investment Fiduciaries
Know your interests come first, as all our advisors have an Accredited Investment Fiduciary (AIF) designation.Learn More
Your account stays put
No transfers or new accounts. Your assets stay at your current plan and remain with Fidelity or TIAA.Learn More
Our strategies utilize a disciplined approach to tactically manage your portfolio through volatile markets.Learn More
Your investments are continually monitored and portfolio adjustments are implemented monthly.Learn More
We manage for you
Provizr seamlessly manages your allocations and handles all trades and rebalancing.Learn More
Plan participants with investment help did better than those without help 87% of the time.
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