Gary Levine, Managing Partner

Meet Gary Levine

As Co-Founder and Co-Managing Partner at LG Planning Group, Gary is not only passionate about helping his clients build the best fitting employee benefit programs but also in helping them build the best future.

To say that Gary grew up in the employee benefit business would not to an understatement. His father Joel was a pioneer in the industry so Gary has been learning the ins and outs of benefit solutions since their early days. His journey has made him an expert in putting together customized plans to match the needs of his diverse client base including funding strategies, retention strategy and new technology implementation.

Gary has a very hands-on philosophy and works closely with his clients to maintain compliance in an ever-changing regulations landscape and to help them fulfill all of their planning needs from employee benefits and risk management to growth and retirement planning. 

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