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MJP Wealth Advisors is a comprehensive wealth management firm that helps business-minded individuals plan for their financial needs now and into retirement. Founded in 1981, our firm provides integrated wealth management and investment services to individuals, families and business owners.

Our experts have nearly 80 years of combined experience helping clients like you manage wealth and achieve financial objectives amid diverse market conditions. Our holistic approach ensures that you benefit from the broad expertise of our team when we take care of your financial future.

At MJP Wealth Advisors, we strive to develop a deep understanding of your personal situation to build a customized strategy that is designed with your best interests, your unique needs, and your long-term goals in mind. We focus on establishing a goals-based partnership with you to ensure your plan is fully integrated with your lifestyle and financial circumstances.

As an independent Registered Investment Advisor, we are completely free from conflicts of interest and can offer you impartial, unbiased advice. Our investment and wealth planning recommendations are based solely on your individual needs and objectives.

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