William “Bill” Bitters, CFP, MDRT

Bitters, William 1713929Title: President

Company: United Financial Information Services (UFIS)

Location: Sioux City, Iowa

Sioux City, IA, November 25, 2015, William “Bill” Bitters, CFP, MDRT, President of United Financial Information Services (UFIS), has been recognized by Elite American Executives for dedication, achievement and leadership in financial planning.

Having always enjoyed helping others, Mr. Bitters assists clients in financial planning. Primarily focusing on doctors and high-net-worth clients, he specializes in assisting them with tax-free retirement plans. With nearly 40 years of experience in the industry, Mr. Bitters attributes his success to his large referral base, as well as truly loving what he does. He is humbled by his clients’ appreciation of his services. His vast knowledge of various financial planning areas, such as estate planning and retirement income planning, allow his clients to trust working with him and know that he is seeking their best interests.

Mr. Bitters holds multiple CFP designations and is licensed in the states of Iowa, Oklahoma, Arizona, Colorado, South Dakota, and Nebraska. He laid the foundation for his successful career by earning an MBA at The University of Iowa. To keep abreast of changes in the financial planning sector, he maintains memberships with the Financial Planning Association, Financial Services Providers and National Association for Fixed Annuities. In the years to come, Mr. Bitters plans to continue working until he cannot do it anymore.

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Bitters, William 1713929

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