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Deanna LaRue

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Questions Answered By Our Certified Financial Planner, Deanna LaRue:

Why work with Deanna? Retirement can be intimidating for most. Deanna wants to help people to not be so afraid of retirement.

How Deanna helps you? Deanna teaches you how to read your financial statements, how social security works and how to provide income for the rest of your life.

What Deanna offers to you? Deanna offers you a Financial Plan that she creates specific to your goals and income that is yours to keep. No strings attached. If she has earned your trust and choose to implement the plan with her then a life long long relationship has been created, Welcome to the Family!



GET YOUR QUESTIONS ANSWERED, INCLUDING:

*Am I ready for an early retirement?

*Are my investments/ assets working hard enough?

*What's the best approach for college savings?

What are the elements of a sound estate plan?

Do I have enough Life insurance for my family?



 *These services are offered by Deanna LaRue through her affiliation with HD Vest

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