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Fee-Friendly Financial Advisors in Duluth, MN

Welcome to Structured Wealth Advisors. We are a fee based independent financial advisor associate firm in Duluth, MN. Since 1994, we have helped clients from the United States all the way to Australia take control of their financial future.  

Discover How The Smart Money Invests

Our investment approach is completely different from traditional Wall Street brokers, financial planners, financial advisors or wealth managers.. Rather than fight the market, we work with the market. Through our partnership with Dimensional Fund Advisors, we let the science of capital markets guide the way.    

Financial Advisors Focused on Outcomes

Our goal is to deliver an outstanding investment outcome for every client. If you are tired of dealing with advisors that constantly trade and time the market, or hire and fire money managers at your expense, give us a call today. We offer a free second opinion for individuals who are looking for a new way to invest.   

We look forward to working with you through all stages of your life, please call our Duluth office at 218-720-6989.

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