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Advance Capital Management
Sean McDonnell builds strong relationships with families and individuals in order to better help them meet their financial needs. As a financial adviser, he works closely with his clients to create and implement customized financial plans. He provides a wide range of services, including investment and 401(k) management, retirement planning and tax strategies.
He holds the CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNERâ„¢ designation and is a National Social Security Advisor.
Before joining Advance Capital, Sean worked as a successful small-business entrepreneur for more than a decade. He earned a BA in Communications from Michigan State University.
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