Bio Kristian L. Finfrock, Investment Adviser

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Kristian L. Finfrock, Investment Adviser

Founder, Retirement Income Strategies

7 E. Main Street, Suite 6
Evansville, WI 53536
Phone: 608.208.1800
Fax: 866.225.5801

Kristian L. Finfrock is the founder of and a financial adviser at Retirement Income Strategies. He is an Investment Adviser Representative of Kalos Capital and a licensed insurance professional. In his current practice at Retirement Income Strategies, Finfrock and his team help retirees, affluent individuals and business clients establish sophisticated yet easy-to-understand solutions for helping protect and preserve wealth while minimizing tax exposure. He resides in Evansville, Wisconsin, with his two daughters. He is also the radio show host of the "Madison Money Guy."

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