Tru Wealth Strategies
Raleigh Wealth Solutions’ mission is to educate individuals and their families about the financial opportunities available to them and how they can help gain or maintain financial independence. Our focus is to reach out, nurture, and maintain close relationships with all of our clients.
We know the importance of trust in a financial advisor and client relationship, and we seek to provide that confidence to our clients. No matter what direction the stock market or interest rates take, we have your best interest at heart.
Brian Raleigh has brought effective income and tax strategies to retirees and business owners for over 20 years. This comprehensive planning approach has helped clients retire earlier, and his income strategies keep clients from worrying about the ups and downs of the market. His approach and strategic relationships routinely help business owners save over 40% on taxes, keeping more of their hard-earned money in their pockets!
Brian took his first position in a Fortune 500 financial services company in 1995, where it took him three years to get into the top 1% of the company. After a successful 10-year career in corporate life, he knew that, in order to really serve his clients without product bias and corporate self-interest, he needed to start his own firm. In 2005, TruWealth Strategies was formed and later became Raleigh Wealth Solutions. His client motto is “Hope for the best, but plan for the worst.”
Brian has appeared on Fortune, CNN Money, and USA Today and in several other local publications. Here in Raleigh, he is known as “Raleigh’s Retirement Coach.” His radio show can be heard on WTKK 106.1 every Saturday and Sunday.
Born and raised in Swanton, Vermont, Brian graduated from the University of Vermont with a Bachelor of Science in education. He earned his master’s degree from Western Carolina University and obtained his LUTCF in 1999 with a focus on estate and business planning.
Outside of the office, Brian enjoys coaching his son’s hockey team and is very active in the hockey community. He also enjoys working out, biking, yoga, and canoeing. He and his wife, Jill, have four children, ages 12-23.