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Greenline Financial Services, LLC

Greenline Financial Services, LLC is committed to promoting sound, positive growth oriented financial strategies to its client base throughout the States of Ohio, Kentucky & Indiana.

Our philosophy stems from a deep seeded belief that, over time, consistent, positive growth, in the form of a "reasonable rate of return" to one's lifetime financial savings portfolio, is far more important than a risk based high rate of return in any single given year.  Wealth can be accumulated.  However, wealth can also be lost.  What most American's need and want in their retirement years is sufficient income - income that cannot be lost, taken away, or diminished due to the death of a spouse.   At Green Line Financial Services, we specialize in retirement IN-come planing.  Not speculative, risk based retirement IF-come.   

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