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Yoder Wealth Management
Michael Yoder, CFPÂ®, CRPSÂ® is Principal at Yoder Wealth Management, which advises retirees and those transitioning into retirement. The firm specializes in income generation, lifetime tax planning, Medicare, Social Security and other retirement-related issues.
Michael formerly served as a Director within the Financial Planning and Advice department for a large national firm.
Michael Yoder (CA Insurance Lic# 0D25221) is a Registered Representative and an Investment Adviser Representative with and offers securities and advisory services through Commonwealth Financial NetworkÂ®, member www.finra.org / www.sipc.org, a Registered Investment Advisor. Yoder Wealth Management, 2033 N. Main St., Suite 1060, Walnut Creek, CA 94596. 925-691-5600. email@example.com.
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