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820 South Friendswood Drive
Suite 207
Friendswood, TX 77546

Sharer McKinley Group, LLC

(281) 992-5698

 
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Retirement should be about realizing lifelong goals - not worrying about your financial statistics. You need an experienced professional who can help you build investment strategies for lasting financial independence - giving you the freedom to lead an active retirement lifestyle.

Tim Sharer can position your assets for long-term retirement income. As a fee-based asset manager, he leads a team of financial all-stars dedicated to helping you maintain an independent lifestyle in retirement. 

 

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