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At First Harrison Financial Services, we strive to simplify the complexities of your financial life. Since 1996, we have been dedicated to helping individuals, families, and small business owners build confidence in their future so they can enjoy the things that matter most.

As independent LPL financial advisors employed by First Harrison Bank, we provide clients with objective financial strategies. While products are important, personalization is paramount. We seek to build and nurture relationships built on your best interests. Whatever goals you may hope to achieve, our team is driven to help you create and maintain wealth through all seasons of life.

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