Understanding Today’s Financial Environment
Chun Lee is an experienced professional with over two decades in the financial services industry. He is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNERTM. Chun Lee serves the Greater Seattle area including Seattle, Edmonds, Lynnwood and Everett. Services offered include all areas of financial planning, including wealth management, retirement planning, college planning, tax-advantage investing and estate planning.
Chun is a graduate of University of Washington. He is active in the community including volunteering at church and boy scouts activities. He is also a board member of the Seattle Lighthouse for the Blind Foundation. He enjoys running, skiing and has participated in serveral marathons. Married to Peggy Lee and they are parents to 2 boys.
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