Landon Randall is an Investment Adviser Representative at Oxford Retirement& Estate Planning, Inc. (OREP). He specializes in providing financial planning and guidance for those who are seeking a better lifestyle in retirement. Prior to working at OREP Landon served for six years in the U.S. Navy as a helicopter crew chief. In 2007 Landon moved back to Arizona and began his career in the financial
service industry, working alongside Michael Oxford, President and Owner of OREP.
In addition to being an Investment Adviser Representative, Landon holds life, annuity, health and disability insurance licenses. Landon’s areas of experience include social security optimization, investment management, retirement strategies, income planning, estate conservation, annuity and insurance strategies. During his career in financial services he has helped hundreds of individuals and couples create
retirement plans where their assets are appropriately positioned to suit their personal financial needs.
Landon also puts a strong emphasis on educating and holds several adult financial workshops at the local community colleges on retirement planning and social security optimization. He oers follow up complimentary coaching sessions for all who attend his workshops as well as complimentary consultations to those individuals who have not attended a workshop but would like a personal one-on-one meeting. His main objective is to help those who are nearing retirement make informed, educated financial decisions.
Landon resides in Peoria, Arizona, with his wife Jamie and their two children, Sofia & Mitchell. Jamie is currently serving in the U.S. Air Force and their children are aspiring professional soccer and football players. When he is not working Landon enjoys traveling to his children’s soccer tournaments and football games.
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Glendale Community CollegeNorth Campus
Agua Sal, Bldg Rm# 108
5727 West Happy Valley Rd.Glendale, AZ 85310
With all of the unknowns and the uncertainty of the stock market around election time, one of the biggest things you should remember is to be patient and not to panic.
If you’re comfortable with the amount of risk you are currently exposed to and have the time to ride out whatever may come, you may want to stick it out and see what happens.
1940 W. Pinnacle Peak RoadPhoenix, AZ 85027