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Combined with our sister company, CRG Services, Inc., we have over 25 years of combined customer service experience. We take pride in listening to our clients and developing an investment plan tailored to their wishes. We are completely objective, without production requirements to meet or specific products to sell. We work extensively with our clients, advising them on their personal and employer-based retirement plans. Together with the client, we discuss how best to balance risk and reward in the market.

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