Hudson County, NJ Financial Advisors and Resources



Financial Advisor Firms in Hudson County, NJ


ABNER HERRMAN & BROCK, LLC

Website

(201) 484-2000

Harborside 5 185 Hudson Street
Suite 1640
Jersey City, NJ 7311

SEC#: 801-17402
Years in Business: 39 years

MANAGED ACCOUNT ADVISORS LLC

Website

(888) 204-3287

101 Hudson Street

Jersey City, NJ 7302

SEC#: 801-67569
Years in Business: 14 years

SUNAMERICA ASSET MANAGEMENT, LLC

Website

(201) 324-6300

Harborside 5
185 Hudson Street, Suite 3300
Jersey City, NJ 7311

SEC#: 801-19813
Years in Business: 38 years

ACCRETIVE WEALTH PARTNERS, LLC

Website

(973) 970-2627

185 Hudson St
Suite 2500
Jersey City, NJ 7311

SEC#: 801-117780
Years in Business: 1 years

ROYAL ALLIANCE ASSOCIATES, INC.

Website

(800) 821-5389

10 Exchange Place
Suite 1410
Jersey City, NJ 7302

SEC#: 801-54859
Years in Business: 24 years

ROANOKE ASSET MANAGEMENT CORP

Website

(201) 985-1111

Harborside 5
185 Hudson St., Suite 1640
Jersey City, NJ 7311

SEC#: 801-13857
Years in Business: 43 years

LORD, ABBETT & CO. LLC

Website

(201) 827-2000

90 Hudson Street

Jersey City, NJ 7302

SEC#: 801-6997
Years in Business: 50 years

VESTMARK ADVISORY SOLUTIONS, INC.

Website

(888) 355-0477

15 Exchange Place
Suite 400
Jersey City, NJ 7302

SEC#: 801-114077
Years in Business: 3 years

SIEBERT ADVISORNXT, INC.

Website

(800) 872-0444

15 Exchange Place
Suite 800
Jersey City, NJ 7302

SEC#: 801-110718
Years in Business: 4 years


How Retirement-Friendly is Hudson County, NJ?

  • Population: 670,046
  • % of Population 62 Years and Over: 14.6%
  • Average Home Value: $390,300
  • Average Monthly Housing Cost: $1,539
  • Average Household Income: $103,912
  • New Jersey Total Tax Burden: 9.98% (6th Highest in U.S.)
  • New Jersey Property Tax: 4.94% (3rd Highest in U.S.)
  • New Jersey Individual Income Tax: 2.47% (20th Highest in U.S.)
  • New Jersey Sales and Excise Tax: 2.57% (8th Lowest in U.S.)


Hudson County, NJ Financial Advisor FAQs

Financial advisors typically charge a percentage of assets under management, a monthly fee for service, or some combination of the two.
Financial advisors typically get paid by charging a fee based on the size of the assets under their care, and/or by receiving lucrative fees from other firms.
In a nutshell, you should meet with a financial advisor if your life requires that have a lot of money or money management is particularly challenging for you.
You need a financial advisor that is professional and can suit your needs. The right financial advisor for you depends on the stage of life you're in and what you're looking for.