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Eisenstein Financial Services Mark Eisenstein

Phone: (541) 842-4405
customerservice@eisensteinfs.com
835 Alder Creek Dr Ste B, Medford, OR 97504

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Welcome to Eisenstein Financial. 

We work collaboratively with our clients, providing independent, direct, and cohesive financial advice that enables them to live comfortably, plan wisely, and pursue their financial goals.

We see ourselves as their financial consultant, helping navigate the ups and downs inevitable to building wealth. Rather than selling products, we help them draw a roadmap to financial independence, one custom fit to their financial situation, their family dynamic, their risk tolerance, and their goals. When we connect with our clients, we do so as investor to investor, parent to parent, and friend to friend. We know the challenges they’re facing, because we’ve faced them too.

If this is the kind of financial service you’ve been looking for, please call us today. We’d love to meet you.


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