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At Berner Financial Services, we know that the only constant in life is change.  Whether you are going through a career change, marriage, divorce, retirement, or loss of a loved one, we can help you take control of your financial future and guide you through your unique investment challenges.  Our team is there to help guide you through the challenges you may face during these transition periods, no matter how overwhelming your situation may seem.


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No one knows when all of this will end, but this too shall pass. Until then, stay safe and feel free to call me at 845-256-1950.

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