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4021 Vernon Ave S
Suite 305
St Louis Park, MN 55416

Stephen T. Salmon

(612) 202-8032

 
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Salmon Wealth Management is a wealth management firm dedicated to helping clients preserve and grow their wealth. We offer a variety of financial services but specialize in wealth management, asset management, wealth transfer strategies, income strategies, retirement plans, and providing financial planning services.

Choosing the right advisor is one of the most important investment decisions you will make. We understand that trust is something that must be earned. To do that, we will listen to your needs, develop a sensible plan and creative solutions, and be accountable to you by letting you know how you’re doing relative to your goals and objectives. Our goal is to preserve and grow your wealth so that you can relax and pursue the life you dream of.

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