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NGL Funeral Expense Trust

First Minnetonka Investment Center (FMIC) understands that clients need a safe and legal way to preserve their assets for their final expenses. Many clients choose the option of working directly with the funeral home of their choice, but others would rather have more flexibility and portability in their planning by using a Irrevocable Funeral Expense Trust.  The Irrevocable Funeral Expense Trust is an estate planning tool designed to immediately protect assets from creditors, such as nursing homes, hospitals, lawyers,etc. Contact us  for more information about setting up a Irrevocable Funeral Trust.

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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.
940 N Industrial Dr., Elmhurst, IL 60126-1131. Member FINRA / SIPC. Not a deposit. Not FDIC insured.
Not insured by any Federal Government agency. Not guaranteed by the bank. May lose value.
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