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Phil Simonides, CFPÂ®, is Senior Vice President at McAdam, where he oversees the firm's Washington, D.C. metro, Chicago, Boston and central New Jersey offices. As a member of the executive team, Simonides serves as the Chair of Advanced Planning at the firm, specializing in strategies for high net worth individuals and families, and business owners. He joined McAdam in 2011 after having spent the majority of his 29-year career at Ameriprise Financial.
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