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Associated Financial Consultants & Investor Services is dedicated to the creation and conservation of lifetime assets. We provide financial solutions to complex situations and challenges that is easy to digest, understand, strategize from and most importantly execute, track and adapt to. Our clientele consists of a wide variety of individuals, who are both well-established or establishing themselves, and companies of all sizes, both local and national. We believe that every individual and company is unique – such as ourselves – with a wide array of goals and challenges throughout multiple stages, whether it’s finding success, during success or with continuing success. Therefore, every solution needs to be tailored and customized with a unique approach. Associated prides itself on being independent for over 40 years, and it’s our goal to continue helping others remain unique and independent for many generations to come.

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