Neil Rhein is president of Bulls-eye Communications, where he creates custom communications for financial services providers. Previous to launching Bull's-eye Communications in 2005, Neil held a number of marketing communications positions at Fidelity Investments over a span of 15 years. He served as vice president and editor of the award-winning Fidelity and Fidelity+ magazines, quarterly custom publications with more than 2.3 million readers.
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Neil and the other writers on his team have a wide-ranging and deep understanding of personal...
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Custom Communications For Financial Services Companies
At Bull's-eye, I specialize in meeting the demands of financial services companies that need an experienced, knowledgeable partner who understands the industry's unique challenges. I have in-depth experience covering financial services topics, including retirement planning, stocks, bonds, mutual funds, estate planning, charitable giving, employee benefits, and institutional brokerage issues.
When you outsource a project to Bull's-eye, you will be working with seasoned experts who understand the difference between a mutual fund and an ETF, active management versus passive management, a Roth IRA versus a Traditional IRA. Our network of talented writers and designers can bring together the right combination of skills for your communications project.
Whether you are trying to educate retail investors about the wisdom of asset allocation or you need to engage an institutional audience on a more complex topic, we can provide well-crafted copy that gets your point across. Our work covers a diverse range of financial topics that target varying levels of audience sophistication, including:
Personal finance topics for individual investors:
Saving and investing for retirement through a 401(k), 403(b), or IRA.
Retirement income planning strategies Investing in stocks, bonds, mutual funds, and options.
Saving for college
Life insurance and annuities
Stock option plans...
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