Welcome to Bonanno Financial Advisors, LLC
Bonanno Financial Advisors LLC is family owned and operated. We chose a grapevine for our company logo because advisor-client relationships are personal and cultivated over time. Using a multi-generational recipe, our family has been making homemade wine for over twenty years. The process of making wine is similar to financial planning. Both require knowledge, commitment and faith.
At Bonanno Financial Advisors LLC, we know that financial planning is not just about money. It involves managing finances in concert with values and purpose in life. In essence, we strive to assist clients in maintaining a fruitful balance.Contact Us
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