Emily A. Malecha, CRPC®, ChFC®
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Emily Malecha has been with North Star in Minneapolis since 2001.
Emily is committed to serving her clients to help them efficiently pursue their financial goals and needs through creating and developing a disciplined strategy and sound plan. Emily specializes in the areas of:
- Comprehensive Fee-Based Financial Planning
- Investments (Investment Advisory, Annuities, ESG Investing)
- Retirement Planning Strategies
- College Funding Options
- Life, Long-Term Care, and Disability Insurance Strategies
Ashley is a current client of Emily Malecha’s. No cash or non-cash compensation was provided in exchange for the testimony. The testimonial was given on 3/3/23. The experience of Ashley should not be assumed to be the experience of all customers or prospective customers and is not a guarantee of results. Individual results or experiences vary. Investors should conduct their own evaluation.
Emily holds the Chartered Retirement Planning Counselor (CRPC®) designation offered through the College for Financial Planning, Chartered Financial Consultant® (ChFC®) designation through the American College, FINRA Series 7, 66, 6, 63 registrations, and Life & Health Insurance license.
Emily resides in Bloomington, MN, with her significant other, Phil. Together they enjoy an active lifestyle by discovering the wonders of nature and traveling. She finds herself hiking, reading, biking, and volunteering in her free time. Emily is a proud mother of one daughter and aunt to 3 nieces and 5 nephews.
Events and webinars
Emily hosts regular financial wellness seminars on personal finance, college education funding, and retirement strategies.
Please contact Emily and her team to host a complimentary, no-obligation financial education event for your group.
A college budget is essential to your child’s ability to succeed financially while in school. We can help.
Saving up and paying for college can place a financial burden on families, especially for families who are sending multiple children to college at the same time.
Should you pay off your high-interest credit card and then start saving, or save money then deal with the card? It’s a common financial quandary we see a lot of.
Emily is an investment advisor representative of Cetera Advisor Networks, LLC. CA Insurance License #0M47495.