Alliance Wealth Management
GAIN from an independent perspective: Alliance Wealth Management, is an independently owned wealth management firm. With Michael Eilander as a Certified Wealth Strategist®, it is our mission to provide dedicated, personalized service and exclusive investment opportunities to our clients.
We believe that sound advice, personalized service, and unprecedented responsiveness lay the foundation for securing a client’s confidence. It is our goal to become your most trusted and valuable resource.
As a independent firm, it allows us to leverage unique resources. It provides the ability to work together with our clients in developing some of the most distinctive and intelligent strategies designed to build, protect, and manage wealth with tax efficiency. We provide customized, well researched advice based on each client’s unique situation.
First Allied Securities Inc., is one of the leading full-service independent brokerage firms in the nation, with more than 795 registered representatives and nearly 800 branches across the United States.
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