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You may not relish the thought of planning, but ignoring the need to plan won't make it go away! The fact is we all have a lot at stake ... a comfortable retirement, our child's education, protecting our income, and assuring our home will stay in our family in the event of death or disability. Our finances become confusing and we have difficulty maintaining a balanced plan.

At Teacher Consulting Group, we can help. When we work with our clients, we take the personal approach, meeting with each client on an individual basis, educating and recommending products to help you pursue your goals.

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Coaches have helped you your whole life, in ways big and small. We’d like to be one of them.

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