Laura Ingber Rotter| CFP®, CFA, MBA
True Abundance Advisors
- Portfolio Analysis
- Investment Strategy
- Risk/Insurance Review
- Generosity planning
- Employee Benefits Review
- College Planning
- Retirement Planning
- Estate Planning
- Socially Responsible Investing
- Tax planning
White Plains, NY 10606
Fee-Only & Fiduciary
The National Association of Personal Financial Advisors (NAPFA) is the country's leading association of fee-only and fiduciary financial planners.
Laura Rotter is a Fee-Only financial planner based in White Plains, NY and serving Metro New York and clients across the country. True Abundance Advisors specializes in providing objective financial planning to help clients build, manage, grow, and protect their assets through life's transitions. Laura Rotter is a NAPFA-Registered Financial Advisor and a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ Professional.
I am Laura Rotter, CFA, MBA, CFP™ and founder of True Abundance Advisors, a fiduciary, fee-only financial planning firm. After 30 years of successfully managing money for institutional investors, I found myself bored and uninspired. I questioned whether my profession aligned with my values. I realized I needed to do the work of clarifying my priorities and aspirations, financial and otherwise. After completing a yoga teacher training and establishing a daily meditation practice, my mindset changed from “I must use my life to make money,” to “I can use my money to make a life,” This shift initiated a wealth of abundance in my own life. I became a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ and established True Abundance Advisors to share these lessons with you.
As a fiduciary, I work on behalf of your interests only. My compensation is based solely on the advice I provide. I will never sell you a product other than holistic financial planning, nor will I take a commission or a referral fee from any other professional. I am committed to providing objective, unbiased advice at all times.
I work with clients from all walks of life, with a variety of financial goals. They may be single or married, with or without dependents, saving for their children’s education, or for retirement. They may be navigating a life transition, such as birth of their first child, loss of a job, or divorce from a spouse. What unifies them all are their dreams, and the recognition that money is a means to help fund these dreams.