800 E. Bridge Street• PO Box 422• Redwood Falls, MN 56283
As an Ameriprise financial advisor, I believe success should be measured not just by your financial wellbeing, but by how prepared you feel about your future. My mission is to deliver financial solutions tailored to your needs, built on a long-term relationship with a knowledgeable advisor. This focus helps you plan for your goals, helping you feel more confident about decisions regarding your financial future.
I specialize in retirement planning!
Personal financial planning for investments, retirement income strategies, small businesses, retirement, retirement plan distribution, protection planning/family security, tax management strategies, estate planning strategies, wealth preservation strategies and cash flow management strategies.
The long term health of Redwood Falls is very important to me. I didn’t move back here to see the town die,” Madsen says. “I think it’s important to make wise decisions about how we support business and attract new business.”
For years, we’ve heard about “brain drain,” the phenomenon where young folks leave rural towns to attend college and pursue better opportunities in cities. But research into Minnesota’s shifting rural demographics now shows a positive reverse trend of “brain gain” — where young adults migrate back to their hometowns with families in tow and expertise to offer.
The Lower Sioux Indian Community has seen stellar improvements in tribal health in recent years with the addition of a health care center that offers a large scope of medical services. The Lower Sioux, part of the Mdewakanton Band of Dakota, is a federally-recognized tribe located in Redwood County. In seeking to maintain whole health, safety, and happiness for the community while also staying true to traditional values of the Dakota, the idea for the Lower Sioux Health Care Center was born.
Projections indicate that Minnesota may have 400,000 unfilled jobs by 2024 due to a wave of Baby Boomer retirements and a shortage of skilled workers to take their place. While two-thirds of these jobs require post secondary education or training, a four-year college degree isn't always necessary.
Thanks to a generous donation from philanthropist Orrin Estebo, the Redwood Falls Area School District will have the tools to proactively address the imminent workforce skills gap to ensure talent needs are met in areas like manufacturing, construction and healthcare.