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Founder and President,
Andersen Wealth Management
Michael R. Andersen is the founder and president of Andersen Wealth Management, a Registered Investment Adviser. He holds a bachelor of arts degree in political science and a master's degree in business administration, both from Salisbury University in Maryland. He is an Investment Adviser Representative and a licensed fiduciary. A firm believer in financial education, Andersen holds regular informational seminars for clients and the community, and he is the host of the Wise Money radio show.
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