BALTIMORE, MD — Christopher P. Parr of Clarksville, president of Columbia-based Parr Financial Solutions, Inc., has been reappointed to serve a voluntary, second five-year term as a member of the Howard County Pension Oversight Commission. Parr has also been serving as the elected chairperson of the Commission since 2007. The five-member Oversight Commission monitors the […]
About Christopher P. Parr
Christopher Parr is President of Parr Financial Solutions Inc. – a Columbia-based, independent, fee-only financial advisors. www.ParrFinancialSolutions.com. His articles have been published by the Business Monthly for the past 20 years! He is quoted often in financial publications including Financial Planning and The Wall Street Journal.
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BALTIMORE, MD — Christopher P. Parr, president of Columbia-based Parr Financial Solutions, Inc., has been recognized by Dental Products Report as one of “2011 Best Financial Advisers for Dentists”. The list includes 77 advisers nationwide. Advisors were selected based on certifications, over a decade of experience with a depth of knowledge about a broad range […]
BALTIMORE, MD — Christopher P. Parr, president of Columbia-based Parr Financial Solutions, Inc., is pleased to announce George A. Johns, CFP® joined the firm as Financial Advisor and Director of Client Services. According to Parr, “George Johns is looking forward to working as a fee-only advisor providing objective, unbiased advice to clients that is not […]
COLLEGE PARK, MD — Christopher P. Parr, president of Columbia-based Parr Financial Solutions, Inc., was invited by the Alpha Kappa Psi, Omega Theta chapter (University of Maryland College Park) to participate in a two-part “Getting Ahead” career event along with six other well-established, highly successful professionals and executives representing a variety of fields. The first […]
As we approach the end of the third quarter of 2002, short-term interest rates set by Federal Reserve Policy are at 40-year lows of 1.75%, and could be headed even lower to stimulate a sagging economy that is potentially on the verge of entering a double-dip recession. Mortgage rates are also at extremely attractive levels. […]