Hourly Consulting

Are you certain that the financial advice you have been receiving is truly in your best interest? Are you working with a financial salesperson whose compensation comes from products they recommend to you, thus being a conflict of interest? Would you sleep better knowing that where you currently stand financially is where you should be?

Now, more than ever, in today's ever-changing, uncertain financial world, it is extremely wise to get a second opinion and/or specific financial advice from an experienced financial advisor who sells nothing, but instead is legally bound to represent your best interests only, not the interests of Wall Street or other financial companies.

As a fee-only financial fiduciary, we meet with people who have at least $500,000 in investment assets on an hourly basis to review their current investments and answer any specific financial questions they may have. Whether you've been trying to manage your own investments or are currently working with another advisor or salesperson, getting objective guidance from an experienced advisor who is legally bound to represent your best interests will provide you and those who depend on you with peace of mind and financial security.


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newsradio-WHP-webTim Decker hosts the weekly radio show “Financial Freedom” on WHP 580 AM Harrisburg every Saturday at 10:00 am Eastern.

He brings his extensive knowledge and over 28 years of experience to the discussion of current financial and wealth management topics. Each show also includes a Q&A session when Tim provides straightforward, unbiased answers to questions from callers. This is the program that represents your best interests, not Wall Street's.

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The Sleep-Well-at-Night Investor


ISI Financial Group helps clients take all necessary steps to properly develop and implement a holistic financial plan using evidence-based, time-tested strategies centered around financial science. In his book, “The Sleep-Well-At-Night Investor,” Tim Decker shows readers how misinformation from the mutual fund industry has created widespread harm amongst investors. The book also discusses the temptation to think of investing like gambling, and the tragedy of gambling away savings and security under the guise of investing.

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