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8040 Ortonville Rd. Suite D | Clarkston, MI 48348
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Daniel Krug & Associates

Daniel Krug & Associates, Inc. is a comprehensive wealth management firm specializing in Financial, Tax and Estate Planning, serving the tri county area. With roots dating back to 1994, Daniel Krug co-founded CKS Summit Group. Daniel Krug & Associates spun off in 2004, with an understanding that clients needed a more comprehensive approach to navigating the ever-changing financial world. Our clients are looking for a firm that takes a personal approach. A firm that helps create solutions for achieving their goals with a sense of commitment and a dedication to truth. They understand that it takes a team approach bringing together the financial, legal and tax professionals, working together to establish a plan of action to achieve their goals. Through this approach we have developed our client family, reaching out, nurturing and maintaining close, trusting relationships with each of our clients.

You worked hard for your money and you’re in this for the long run. We at Daniel Krug & Associates share that same philosophy. Isn’t it time to let us work hard for you?

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