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Welcome, we’re Simons, a full Service Financial Services Firm in Hays, KS. We understand that individuals face unique challenges when it comes to choosing a firm to work with. We offer a holistic approach by addressing people’s needs for financial services from every aspect. No one has more experience, education, licenses and accreditations than we do. We are a team of multiple licensed and experienced professionals of Enrolled Agents, Insurance Agents, Tax Specialists, and have one of the few CFP’s within Kansas. With our holistic approach, we will evaluate your needs and offer you solutions that best fit those needs. Whether your goal is preparing for your retirement, saving taxes, or shopping for home and auto insurance, we can offer a comprehensive plan that is specifically for you. 

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