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Jeff C. Young 

480.778.2041 

7373 North Scottsdale Road
Suite D-120
Scottsdale, AZ 85253

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Who We Are And What We Do

Jeff Young has been an Investment Advisor and Financial Planner in Scottsdale, Arizona since 1982.   As Senior Vice President of First Financial Equity Corporation, Jeff’s primary focus is in helping individuals and families in the disciplines of wealth creation, retirement planning, education savings, estate planning, social security strategies and personal economics.

Jeff and his team create a holistic approach to the investment planning and asset distribution process.   They focus on helping establish goals and objectives for their clientele within a framework of what is practical and reasonable.   If you are interested in having a fresh and dynamic approach brought to your financial planning process, call us at (480) 998-8415.  

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