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Financial Advice for Life's Journey
Without a plan, your journey toward and through retirement can be difficult. Having strategic investment and financial strategies in place with a supportive team guiding you, may help make your journey less strenuous.
At David P. Gilliam & Associates, we understand how overwhelming and complex the world of finance and investing can be. As you face a number of questions and concerns, it’s crucial that you work with an experienced financial professional you trust and with whom you feel comfortable sharing your personal finances and greatest goals. We strive to deliver the highest quality investment and financial advice to help you pursue your hopes and dreams.
In fulfilling this mission, the most important benefits we offer are integrity, commitment, experience and compassion. Our goal is to gain not only your business, but your confidence and friendship as well.
Based in Muncie, Indiana, we work with clients throughout Delaware County, as well as in multiple other states. We would enjoy the opportunity to discuss how to pursue your financial goals. Contact us today to get started.
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