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3101 N Hemlock Circle
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Broken Arrow, OK 74012
918-488-8588

Vineyard Financial Group

 
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Welcome to Vineyard Financial Group

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Vineyard Financial Group is an independently owned financial consulting firm serving the greater Tulsa area since 1996. With over 50 years of combined experience, the advisors at Vineyard Financial Group bring a wealth of experience and dedicated personalized service to their clients. Vineyard Financial Group maintains an office in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma and in the Dallas Metro (Frisco) area in Texas. Our independence allows us to offer you an unbiased objective approach to serving your investment needs.

Whether you are just starting to save for your future, or are a seasoned investor, Vineyard Financial Group has the financial management experience to direct you towards reaching your objectives. We also offer financial and investment services through First Allied Securities, Inc. to business owners and their employees. Our commitment is to always provide unbiased advice, impeccable service, and diversified financial resources to serve your individual needs … that’s one benefit of an independent perspective.

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