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AIP Financial Services

Enhancing Retirement for Michigan Families Since 1993

(866) 247-6663 • (248) 312-2652

2041 E. Square Lake Road, Suite 200
Troy, MI 48085

 
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AIP Financial Services is an independent Retirement and Estate Planning firm specializing in the areas of wealth management and preservation, asset protection, tax reduction and wealth transfer and distribution. We are specialists that focus on meeting the special needs of pre-retirees and retirees, helping to solve their financial problems and find opportunities in challenging markets. We are proud of our independence and our commitment to putting our clients’ dreams and values first in everything we do.

Our mission is complex and cumbersome, yet so simple and clear - to manage, protect, preserve and maximize our clients assets, incomes and wealth using the most up to date and revolutionary products, tools, designs and strategies with an unprecedented level of expertise, service and attention.

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