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405 North Mason Street
Bowie, TX 76230

Stacy Barber Financial

(940) 872-5164

 
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Welcome!, I'm Stacy Barber, a "Chartered Financial Consultant"  located in Bowie, Texas. I have been in the same location for 27 years servicing the community that I love.  My services include, Retirement Planning, 401K rollovers, Estate Planning, IRA's, Mutual Funds and Life Insurance. 

Planning your financial future can sometimes seem overwhelming. Your financial evaluation process will never be a "one size fits all' proposition. I start the process by listening. Then together we will determine your current situation by establishing your existing needs and helping you set your financial goals and objectives. 

With many years of financial services experience, I can help you address your needs today and for many years to come. I look forward to working with you through all stages of your life.

If you have any questions or would like to set up a complimentary meeting,  please feel free to call me at 940-872-5164 or stop by my office anytime.

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