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Robert Holland founded Asset Minders, Inc. in 1994. The firm works with individuals, families and businesses to create, build and preserve wealth. Asset Minders is completely independent, so our loyalty belongs exclusively to our clients—not to a parent company.

We take a disciplined approach by defining your financial goals, setting realistic objectives and creating, implementing and monitoring your investment plans. We act as your core advisor, coordinating services with your tax and estate planner.

Our professionals have over 40 years of financial services experience. We believe in joining our clients on their side of the desk to provide them with comprehensive information and service. We look forward to being your personal connection to financial solutions.

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