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835 Glen Crest Drive
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Glen Ellyn, Illinois 60137
(630) 942-9005

Surprise! You’ve Got Money! 18 Years Worth of Days Bridging the Confidence Gap Tuning Your Social Security Benefit

Thank you for taking the time to get to know more about our firm. If you are considering working with a firm that is committed to Integrity, Trust, Service and strong Christian values then you have come to the right place. We are an independent financial planning and wealth management firm, and a member of the Kingdom Advisors.

Our goal as we work with our clients:

  • To deliver confidence across generational lines to families, entrepreneurs and small businesses as we work with them in these challenging times
  • Provide a personalized quality of investment and advisory services that go well beyond what most banks, investment firms, and retail brokerage houses can offer
  • To put your interests first....We are independent of any Brokerage House, Insurance Company, or Mutual Fund Company - we are a fee-only based firm.
  • To put into practice our Motto of: Integrity, Trust and Service

We consider your total financial picture and your life circumstances.

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