My Background

Aron Turk, CFP®


As a professional in the financial services industry, I take my responsibility to my clients seriously.  Unfortunately, as I'm all too aware, the financial services industry has been rocked by recent scandals and by mistrust.  My goal is to earn your trust and never lose it.  I plan to build long term relationships and to work together with my clients to reach their financial goals and dreams.

My diverse education will ensure that I maintain the highest levels of integrity while servicing my clients.

I studied at the Rabbinical Seminary of America (Queens) for ten years where I graduated with a degree in Talmudic law.  The Rabbinical Seminary focuses on ethical development and leadership.  There I was afforded the privilege of studying under the tutelage of Rabbis who consistently awed me with their personal values and integrity.  

In May 2015, I completed the requirements for, and was awarded the designation of, CLTC - Certified Long-Term Care consultant.

Of course background and credentials are important, but success is the greatest indicator of a good financial planner.  In the almost five years since I joined the industry, I have been recognized each year for achievements.  In 2015, I was recognized as a member of the top 1% of agents nationwide in long-term care planning (out of a pool of 12,000 agents).  In 2016, I was recognized as the number one top agent of all new agents in the Brooklyn office in my cohort.  In addition, each year since 2013 I have been recognized as either Executive Council or Presidential Council by New York Life Insurance.*

A referral from a friend, client, or colleague is the highest compliment I can ever receive.  I treat every referral with the utmost care and professionalism.

Neither New York life Insurance Company, not its agents, provides tax, legal or accounting advice.  Please consult your own tax, legal, or accounting professionals before making any decisions.


* Awarded by New York Life Insurance Company for outstanding sales achievements.