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301 E. 6th St.
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Fremont, NE 68025
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A Fruitful Retirement: Social Security Benefit It May Be Time for a Financial Checkup

Helping Individuals and Families Pursue Their Financial Goals Since 1981

Dave Pimper is an independent financial advisor offering clients asset management and financial planning services. For more than 30 years, he has been helping individuals and families with their financial well-being. Dave believes that by educating clients on investment opportunities and retirement planning strategies, he can help them navigate through the many financial milestones of life. Through an investment approach focused on mitigating risk, Dave seeks to manage clients’ assets and develop strategies that may help them pursue their vision of a successful retirement.

Based in Fremont, Nebraska, Dave largely works with clients in the greater Omaha area. As an independent financial advisor with Calton & Associates, Dave offers objective advice and unbiased strategies based on each client’s unique needs. He is committed to offering impeccable service and enjoys building long-lasting relationships with his clients, offering them hands-on financial guidance and advice.

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