Meticulous, thorough, and discerning are the traits Bryan Jackson brought when guiding us in various areas of financial planning. Bryan met with us and filtered through our present situation with an eye on our future goals. Bryan supplied us with all the information we needed to make an intelligent decision then advised us. We have been privileged to work with Bryan over the last three years and could not be more pleased.

Michael and Sharon Paris
M&S Paris Construction

Bryan Jackson has been instrumental in identifying the right benefit options for our company, explaining and helping us understand all the bits and pieces of each plan, and helping us successfully implement a plan that saved us a LOT of money. Bryan is easy to reach, great to talk to, and is truly your company's best friend when it comes to getting the best pricing. We wouldn't work with anyone else but Bryan for our benefits needs.

Elizabeth Lalli-Reese, SPHR
Human Resource Consultant, IAG, Ace Cash Express, Arrow Electronics

Entercoms, Inc. has had Bryan Jackson of Ellison Christopher, LLC as our independent consultant since 2006. He has assisted our company in selecting excellent employee benefit packages, excellent executive benefit packages, and has watched out for our bottom line, even at the expense of his own financial gain at times. But what impresses me the most about Bryan is his responsiveness to our needs as our company grows. You cannot put a price on this kind of customer service.

Fran Stewart, AP/AR/HR Department, Entercoms Inc

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Enterprise Benefits Consulting

In order for a business to ultimately reach its full potential, it must effectively cultivate and grow talent, while creating a harmonious balance between costs and benefits. This requires cutting – edge strategic thinking, data analytics and software solutions that increase efficiency and reduce redundancy.

With the passage of the Patient Protection & Affordable Care Act, the enactment of the Department of Labor Fee Disclosure Laws, and new Fiduciary Rules for defined contribution plans, your role as a benefits provider contains elements of liability that were not present in years past. Today's advisor must be a strategic partner for your firm who, side by side with you, proactively plans years in advance. They must be willing to act in a fiduciary capacity ensuring that their recommendations are in the best interest of your company and its employees. They must be accountable to your firm and share in the responsibility for the compliance related issues that have been placed on plan sponsors. This is the "new normal" for today's advisors. If you don't feel you’re are getting this level of service from your current advisor, it is imperative that you take action and protect your firm from the potential financial ramifications of compliance failure.