Financial Planning at Kummer Financial Strategies, LLC begins with an in-depth evaluation of your current financial situation. Once we have established your overall objectives and current position, we will design a custom plan and portfolio based on your specific goals..Learn More
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Business owners and professionals face special financial concerns. You already know it is important to invest, but how do you get started? There are many programs available to you. Let us help you choose the most appropriate one for you.Learn More
In changing economic conditions and market swings, we advocate investing sensibly over the long term and maintaining an adequate level of insurance coverage. We work with you side by side so that you are confident in the financial recommendations we make.Learn More
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