Weissenburger Investments and Financial Planning

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Clive, Iowa 50325

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Our advisors work to build trust through quality advice. We are committed to doing the very best for our clients and providing you with the information needed to feel confident within your financial future. In a quickly changing world, isn't it nice to know the commitment to personal attention and service we provide will remain the same? As your Financial Professionals, we will do everything to help get you on track to reach your financial vision for the future through listening to your goals, beliefs, and comfort level.

Our firm was founded with the goal of personal attention that assures our clients receive a very comprehensive and thorough examination of financial goals and objectives. We offer a unique and personal approach in helping individuals plan and meet their financial goals. Through education and understanding of decisions affecting your portfolio, you will develop a partnership with your personal financial advisor. Together, we can do a better job of planning your long-term financial success.

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