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Quincy, IL 62301


Timothy O'Connor

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Welcome, I'm Tim O'Connor, an LPL Financial Advisor in Quincy, IL . My entire team here at O'Connor Wealth Management realizes there are many other financial advisors you could work with, but I strongly believe that what we're doing here and what we stand for is unique. If you are looking for financial advice when planning for your retirement, saving for your children's college education, or just gaining more confidence in your financial situation, it is vital to receive professional financial advice and service.

The vision of this business is to employ thoughtful, value-based financial planning and investment advice to help people protect what they already have, multiply their investments, pass some to the next generation, and hopefully plan for giving a portion to charity. My passion for this business, born from my personal experience, is what makes my firm unique. On behalf of our whole team here O'Connor Wealth Management, I appreciate the opportunity to serve you.


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