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Wealth Management means providing a client with financial confidence and knowing they’re prepared for not only today, but tomorrow as well. The Peoples Security Wealth Management Group has served families, foundations and corporations with Investment Management, Estate Planning and Advisory, and Trust services for over a century. Based in Scranton, Pennsylvania, our reach extends from upstate New York, down through the Endless Mountains into Northeastern Pennsylvania, the Lehigh Valley and Suburban Philadelphia.Contact Us
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