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At Fish and Associates our goals are not just about ROI (return on investment) but a Return on Life. This concept enables us to help you take charge of your financial future by answering the question, “Are you using your money in a way that is improving your life?” Over the years we have developed a reputation in Memphis for being a firm where your experience as a client is our top priority. You’ll never be just an account number. Your individuality is something to be celebrated, and you’ll feel the difference the moment you walk in the door. We believe that every client has the potential to be a wealth-creator and take charge of their future. As a woman-owned and operated firm, we have a distinct capability to understand and serve the financial needs of women, and we also have a passion for addressing the financial planning needs of the LGBT community. We encourage you to actively engage in the process of planning and securing your financial future.

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