About Marisa Otto

 Marisa Otto, CFP, Financial Advisor, Edward Jones can be reached at (408) 778-4400, or at marisa.otto@edwardjones.com or visit www.edwardjones.com. This column was written by Edward Jones for use by local Edward Jones Financial Advisor Marisa Otto.

Your Retirement . . . with Marisa Otto: To leave the legacy you want, create a comprehensive estate plan

2019-12-01T08:28:09-08:00

By Marisa Otto Like most Morgan Hill residents, you probably want to leave something behind for your loved ones and possibly to some charitable organizations. In other words, you want to create a legacy. But how? To [...]

Your Retirement . . . with Marisa Otto: To leave the legacy you want, create a comprehensive estate plan2019-12-01T08:28:09-08:00

Your Retirement . . .with Marisa Otto: Many life events can lead you to seek out a financial advisor

2019-07-16T09:23:07-07:00

Marissa Otto During your life in Morgan Hill, you’ll experience many personal and professional milestones. Each of these can be satisfying, but they may also bring challenges — especially financial ones. That’s why you may [...]

Your Retirement . . .with Marisa Otto: Many life events can lead you to seek out a financial advisor2019-07-16T09:23:07-07:00

Your Retirement . . . with Marisa Otto: With Super Bowl analogy, investors can learn valuable ‘big game’ lessons

2019-04-25T08:47:16-07:00

Published in the January 30 - February 12, 2019 of Morgan Hill LifeOn Sunday, Feb 3, TV stations the world over will broadcast the Super Bowl, the most-watched U.S. football game of the year. Morgan Hill sports [...]

Your Retirement . . . with Marisa Otto: With Super Bowl analogy, investors can learn valuable ‘big game’ lessons2019-04-25T08:47:16-07:00

Your Retirement . . . with Marisa Otto: Which is smarter — paying off your debts or investing in your future?

2019-04-24T07:15:30-07:00

Published in the December 5 - 18, 2018 issue of Morgan Hill Life It probably doesn’t happen as often as Morgan Hill residents might like, but they may occasionally have some extra disposable income. For example, perhaps [...]

Your Retirement . . . with Marisa Otto: Which is smarter — paying off your debts or investing in your future?2019-04-24T07:15:30-07:00