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CrossleyShear Wealth Management launches CSsports

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CrossleyShear Wealth Management (CrossleyShear) has launched CSsports, a new division which will focus exclusively on the complex financial management needs of athletes, coaches and related occupations in the professional sports industry.   

 
“Expanding our proven expertise and care to the sports marketplace is an organic next step for our company,” says Evan Shear, Co-Founder of CrossleyShear Wealth Management, Branch Manager. “While the benefits of being a professional athlete receive a lot of attention, there are financial complications that can prevent sports professionals from achieving their immediate needs and long-term goals. CSsports is dedicated to simplifying the complexities and carefully planning for every stage of the athlete’s playing career.”  
 
Dale Crossley, JD, Co-Founder of CrossleyShear Wealth Management adds: “We clearly understand that the financial planning needs of professional athletes and other sports professionals are very different from most – large earnings in a relatively short window. We help them balance their present-day cash needs while carefully managing their financial legacy for their future. Our goal is to provide our clients with confidence that their financial well-being is taken care of so they can remain focused on their performance and playing career.”
 
CSsports offers access to a comprehensive suite of financial planning and wealth management solutions tailored to the needs of sports professionals. The company’s services include cash flow management, bill paying, investment and asset management services, strategic charitable planning, specialised tax planning and preparation, insurance review and planning, and trust services The CSsports team routinely works in collaboration with professional athletes and their representation to ensure seamless and confidential management of earnings, assets and spending.  

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