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5300 W Atlantic Avenue
Suite 404
Delray Beach , FL 33484

Time Financial Service

(561) 499-6775

 
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If you are looking for a blend of personal service and financial industry experience, you have come to the right place! We offer a broad range of services for the individual investors, retirees, business owners, executives and independent professionals. We are experienced and we're friendly.

What is your concern? 

  • Are taxes on your investment income a concern?
  • Would you like to address your future income needs?
  • Would you like to plan for your child’s education?
  • Are you properly insured?
  • Are you afraid you will outlive your retirement?
  • Would you like to review your investments?<
  • What retirement strategy? 401, IRA, Roth IRA, etc...

Please call or email us for a consultation. We look forward to hearing from you.


Phone: 561-499-6775 

Email: fyankee@timefs.com

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