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Kalvin Sid

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Kalvin Sid, CFP®, MBA

I am an Investment Adviser Representative with NEXT Financial Group, Inc. located in San Mateo, CA. I help my clients clarify their financial goals, and determine realistic plans to achieve their goals. I develop comprehensive personal financial plans that include retirement funding, minimizing taxes, and protection from catastrophic losses. I collaborate with my clients select investments that are compatible with their goals, needs, and attitudes toward risk.

I am an independent investment adviser representative with no investment product quotas to meet. My mission is to provide powerful and thoughtful solutions to the financial concerns and challenges that affect my clients, their families, and their businesses. Feel free to call us for a no-obligation consultation to see if we would be a good fit for your needs. At Sid Financial Services we manage your money so you can manage your life!

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