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Trust, Integrity and Service is the foundation on which we build each client relationship. 

Great Plains Financial Group has access to nearly every investment you will find in the Wall Street Journal.  Every individual or family’s situation is unique.  In our face-to-face meetings, we listen to what you hope to accomplish with your investments.  From these meetings, we are able to find investments that we believe are suitable to try to accomplish your goals and match your risk tolerance. 

As an independent firm, we do not have “proprietary” investments that could influence our investment recommendations. The freedom to choose suitable investments allows us to act in our clients’ best interest.  This is where Trust and Integrity come in to play.

Our Service is what will keep you as a client. As a client, you will continue to hear from us on a consistent basis through meetings and phone calls to review your investments and goals. You will find our phones always answered by a live, friendly voice. We have a personable, experienced support staff who aid us in serving you.

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Investment and advisory products and services are offered through Nations Financial Group, Inc., Member FINRA/SIPC, a Registered Investment Advisor. Great Plains Financial Group is a separate entity and not affiliated with Nations Financial Group, Inc. Availability of investment products and services are subject to applicable licensing requirements.

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