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Deni DuFault is an investment advisor who helps clients prepare for the future by focusing on reducing risk, long-term savings and retirement planning. Deni is a relationship-centered consultant who works closely with clients to understand their specific concerns, goals and risk tolerance, then presents options to match their needs. His simple common sense approach, personal attention and educational support take the mystery out of investing so clients can focus on what's most important: getting the most out of their money.

Having over 25 years of experience in financial services, I can help you address your needs of today and for many years to come. If you have any questions about your financial situation or would like to schedule a no cost, no obligation appointment, please give me a call at (603) 383-9400.

I am licensed in the following states: NH, MA, ME VT, FL, NY & NC.

 

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