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Suite 14
Williamsville, NY 14221

Lighthouse Capital Associates

716-565-3402

 
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Lighthouse Capital Associates

Lighthouse Capital Associates is a financial management firm that has been servicing clients in Western New York and beyond since 2003. We provide services to individuals and businesses that include financial planning, investing, insurance planning, and estate planning, providing complete wealth management.

Our relationship with our broker-dealer SagePoint Financial gives us access to high quality services which allows us to provide suitable solutions for you and your family. To get more information about how we can help you, click the link below to schedule a complementary financial assessment.


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