Hern’s new business adds to town’s tapestry

Stoughton’s Rick Hern recently opened Inivas Financial in Stoughton.

Hern, who has been in the financial services field since 1999, is licensed both as a registered representative and investment advisor representative. He is a certified financial planner, and CFO since 2010, retirement income certified professional, and a business valuations consultant for small to mid-size companies.

“The tapestry of the town of Stoughton is woven with the lives of its people; the success of its businesses; the beauty of its parks; the structure of its schools, churches, buildings and homes,” according to a press release. “Stoughton’s history, since it was founded in the year 1726, is a beautiful culmination of all these wonderful threads that have intertwined over the years. The threads of the past, while still strong, have become soft and muted. The threads of the present are bright and more vibrant and flow through the fabric. They draw the eye towards the future knowing not what is yet to be but understanding that the beauty of the picture will continue for years to come.” 

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