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Financial Planning & Management Corporation

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Financial Planning Management Corp.

Empowering clients since 1979

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FP & MC provides expert guidance and strategy support custom tailored for a lifetime of financial security. We offer professional investment advisory services to a broad range of clientele that is individually customized to reach and maintain financial objectives.

In today's uncertain economy, unending tax law revisions and abundance of investment opportunities accentuate the necessity to stay knowledgeable and actively involved.

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