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Devin King
(925) 872-7706
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Welcome to King Financial

My name is Devin King and I want to welcome you to King Financial.  Many Financial Advisors love to talk about "investment returns" and how they can beat the market.  Investment returns are important but, I believe, just as important is taking into consideration how the investment will be taxed.  Investment returns coupled with tax reductions may result in a higher overall rate of return on your money.  The higher your tax bracket, the more my approach of using tax preferred investments may benefit you. 

My philosophy is simple.  At King Financial I use innovative and tax efficient investment strategies to put my clients in the best potential position to build wealth, while lowering their taxes, enabling them to keep more of what they have earned!

Call or email me today to set up your complimentary evaluation and learn about all the possible tax favored strategies that can potentially benefit you, your family, and your business.

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