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Date:3/14/2013

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Nationally recognized and celebrating over 25 years, Darrow serves individuals and families in the greater Boston and Concord areas, as well as Los Angeles.

Services include personalized financial planning, pro-active, tax-efficient asset management, estate planning, tax planning, and trust investment management. Our expert wealth management team serves a diverse client base with particular focus on pre-retirees: medical professionals, high tech and bio-tech entrepreneurs and executives, and business owners.

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