Christine Hause

Christine utilizes her extensive financial and estate planning experience to develop new client relationships and works with them on estate and investment planning, including Revocable Living Trusts, IRA Rollovers, Investment Management Services and charitable giving strategies. Education: Bachelor of Science in Marketing and Management from Siena College in Albany, NY; The SunTrust University in Trust; Florida Bankers Association Trust School, University of South Florida; Florida Bankers Association Graduate Trust School, University of South Florida; Leadership Charlotte Class of 1999, sponsored by the Charlotte County Chamber of Commerce. In addition, Christine has held the following: Series 7 - General Securities (stocks, bonds, mutual funds) Representative License; Series 66 - State and Federal Regulations Agent LicenseLife, Health and Variable Annuity licenses in Florida and New York. Christine is a past member of the Florida Bar Grievance Committee, a past president of the Business & Professional Women of Charlotte County, and past interim president and treasurer of the Charlotte Estate Planning Council. She is a former member of the board of directors of the Charlotte Symphony Orchestra and the Visual Arts Center’s Executive Committee. She is a former member of the Development Committee of the Charlotte County Jazz Society. Contact: 941-624-1917 chause@csbtfl.com

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Be safe and prepared this summer

You’ll be hearing a lot about hurricane preparedness this summer when it comes to protecting yourself and your loved ones in terms of shelter, safety and supplies. FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) and the National Hurricane Center have posted some important operational guidelines.

Personal safety should remain your number one priority; however, don’t neglect your financial affairs. Ask yourself the following questions:

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Be safe and prepared this summer

The arrival of hurricane season in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic requires us all to be doubly vigilant. You’ll be hearing a lot about hurricane preparedness when it comes to protecting yourself and your loved ones in terms of shelter, safety and supplies. Researchers are predicting 19 named storms this year, and FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) has posted some important operational guidelines on its website (fema.gov).

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