"Simplify Your Financial Life"

 

Our passion at Prairie Investment Advisors is helping individuals and families successfully manage their financial future through expert investment management and practical, caring financial planning.

We want to Simplify Your Financial Life. In the process, we strive to assure that you get the best possible return on your assets within the level of risk you choose for yourself. Our interest is in you: your quality of life, your values, and your goals.

At Prairie, we know that good financial planning is, first and foremost, not about money, but about what's important to you. When you need help with difficult decisions, Prairie’s financial consulting helps you evaluate costs and potential results to make the decision that best fits your life and goals.

"...it's got to be the going, not just the getting there that's good."

Our goal is to not only to help you set and meet your financial objectives but to focus on how to "enjoy the ride" to your financial destination.

Sharon A. Adelmann, CFP®
Owner, Prairie Investment Advisors, LLC

 

 

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