Dempsey Financial Services LLC specializes in helping individuals, small and medium-sized businesses, as well as Churches and non-profit organizations with retirement programs, investment strategies and planning. Our customized solutions and unique level of personalized servicing along with our vast pool of resources, alliances, and network of professionals allows us to offer and deliver to you a quality investment and/or retirement plan.
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