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Bill Few Associates, Inc.

Our firm is an independent, fee-based wealth management company that provides comprehensive financial planning and investment management services for individuals and businesses. Our financial advisors offer counseling on a wide range of services: investment management, retirement planning, estate planning, insurance planning, and education planning. Supporting our financial advisors are experienced portfolio managers and market analysts.

As a fee-based firm, our financial advisor teams offer objective counsel and advice. You can trust that we keep your best interests as our priority; we are dedicated to helping clients meet their financial goals with friendly, personalized and professional service.

Face-to-face interaction, another hallmark of Bill Few Associates, generates consistent praise from clients. With two Pittsburgh offices and more than one billion dollars in total assets under management, we take our role seriously. Yet, clients tell us how much the spirit of personalized attention and genuine partnership means in maintaining relationships with their personal financial advisor and our firm.

History of Bill Few Associates

Founded in 1987 by Bill Few, we remain committed to his “clients come first” vision. Our focus on service and long-term thinking is why so many people trust Bill Few Associates to be their long-term financial guide.

Profile of Bill Few

Bill Few was known as “Pittsburgh’s Number One Money Man” because of the many people he helped and his unprecedented reign as the host of Pittsburgh’s financial radio show “MoneyTalk,” a position he enjoyed for nearly two decades. Bill earned an undergraduate degree in chemical engineering and a Master’s Degree in Business, both from the University of Pittsburgh.

He began his career as a registered investment advisor in 1967. In 1987, he founded Bill Few Associates, a wealth management firm that provides financial counseling, investment management and investment and estate planning advice to individuals and businesses. Bill passed away at the age of 68 in August of 2003.

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