I agree with smallbizmkter in that you need to better define your terms. You'll probably never live long enough to come up organically on just the word "Financial". Adding "Alaska" will help.
You might go a couple steps further, however. First, more specifically define a niche for your particular financial services. You might be a generalist, but you can still come up with a more narrow definition that will translate into a less popular keyphrase. And you could do this for a couple of keyphrases. One could be "financial advice for seniors" or "financial advice for women" or "mortgage refinancing financial assistance". Think about the phrases your potential customers are using on the search engines, and add "Alaska" if you wish.
I would also STRONGLY suggest that you write a blog that is attached to your site. Write topics that are aimed at the keyphrases you determine are best for you. So perhaps you write a blog post one day on the 5 most common mistakes seniors make with their financial planning, the special needs many women have regarding financial planning. I have seen clients come up very high on organic search quickly with a short blog post tied in to a niche keyphrase.
I've created a interesting video that explains keyphrases that might help you. Check out an excerpt of it by clicking: http://www.maniacalmarketer.com/SEO/..._2_excerpt.htm