SS Financial Group is an independent, boutique financial services firm located in Springfield, Illinois.
Founded by Sandra (Sandy) Sampias, SS Financial Group concentrates on helping the residents of Springfield, Chatham and Central Illinois achieve the financial futures they desire. Sandy Sampias’ plans and recommendations are unique to each client’s needs and wishes and are reviewed and monitored to make sure the valuable clients of SS Financial Group are on track to achieving the futures they desire.
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Sandy Sampias, 7000 Piper Glen Dr., Ste. C Springfield, IL 62711
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