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Bringing Your Financial Plan to Life 

Located in the beautiful town of Northborough, a suburb of Central Massachusetts, Nexus Financial Group provides wealth management, retirement income planning and financial planning services to individuals, families and small business owners. 

As you move from a wealth accumulation phase, to taking retirement income, to transferring your wealth, we help you navigate each financial milestone and manage associated challenges. 

Our Mission 
Our sole purpose is to guide you through the financial planning process in order to help you achieve your lifetime financial goals and experience an enjoyable retirement. 

Tailored, Client-Centric Service 
We approach all new relationships with a detailed conversation about you goals, dreams and financial obligations. Once we have a thorough understanding of your complete financial life, we then provide personalized advice and comprehensive financial solutions to help you achieve your goals. However, we don’t stop there. We continue to monitor your progress and help you make adjustments along the way, bringing you closer to achieving your financial goals and living the retirement lifestyle you envision. 

Take the Next Step in Bringing Your Financial Plan to Life 
Schedule a private, complimentary financial consultation. 

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