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Michael Woods - President Stocker Woods Financial 2015 - 2016 - 2017 - 2018 - 2019
Denton's Original People's Choice Awards
Do you have a financial partner you can trust – people who value your relationship? Are you still attempting to manage it all on your own? Stocker Woods Financial provides a team approach to financial planning and investment counsel, empowering our clients to focus on achieving their life goals while helping maintain peace of mind about their financial future.
Our firm was founded in 1970 as an independent insurance agency and has grown over the last 40+ years into a full service financial firm working with clients in more than 25 states. Mike and Anne are Dave Ramsey SmartVestor Pros.
WHO WE SERVEOur clients are as varied as the goals that we help them to pursue. They are educators, executives, physicians, surviving spouses, and professionals across a wide variety of vocations who are concerned with accumulating, protecting and/or distributing their wealth. We craft our recommendations to each client's individual circumstance. Unsure if we can help? We welcome the opportunity to discuss your unique needs with you. Call us at 940-566-1212 or email us (see bio pages for email addresses) to set up a free initial consultation to meet with us and decide if our firm is right for you!
Welcome to Stocker Woods Financial, and welcome to your financial future!
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