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Beginner's Guide to Investing: Cutting Through The Confusion

If this is all a bit much for you, please remember, you're not alone. We are available to help you plan your future. Through First Minnetonka Investment Center (FMIC), you have access to a Certified Financial Planner, Tam Hubert. Tam has more than 20 years experience helping individuals and businesses achieve their financial goals. Tam works one-on-one with clients, helping them identify their goals and then develops a plan that incorporates an appropriate mix of investments.

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First Minnetonka City Bank
First Minnetonka Investment Center is a registered branch of LaSalle St. Securities, LLC.
Securities are offered through LaSalle St. Securities, LLC., Advisory Services offered through LaSalle St. Investment Advisors, LLC.
 LaSalle St. Investment Advisors, LLC is affiliated with LaSalle St. Securities, LLC.- a registered broker/dealer.
Tam Hubert, CFP® and Kristi Remus are registered representatives of LaSalle St. Securities, LLC.
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