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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, tax strategies, philanthropic planning and other related issues.
Michael formerly served as a Director within the Financial Planning and Advice department for a large national firm, and is currently a volunteer in creating material for the Certified Financial Planner exam.
Yoder Wealth Management (www.yoderwm.com) is a Registered Investment Advisor. 2033 N. Main St., Suite 1060, Walnut Creek, CA 94596. 925-691-5600. firstname.lastname@example.org.
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