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Feltz WealthPLAN: Celebrating 30 Years

From the founding of Feltz WealthPLAN in Omaha, NE, in 1989, Feltz WealthPLAN has grown into a nationally recognized organization with a large community involvement in the Greater Omaha Area and beyond. Feltz WealthPLAN has been recognized for various awards, and many of the Firm’s partners and industry groups are included in various top national rankings.

We are happy to have served you for 30 years, and hope to continue to do so for the next 30!

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