Ryan J. Weiser CFP®, CDFA®, ChFC® Weiser Financial Planning

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About Ryan J. Weiser CFP®, CDFA®, ChFC®, CASL®, CLU®

Weiser Financial Planning LLC is an an Independent, Fee-Only, Registered Investment Advisor in Lewis Center, OH that provides Comprehensive Financial Planning and Investment Management services to clients in the Columbus & Central Ohio area, as well as nationwide through online virtual meetings.

We specialize in working with busy professionals, client’s in-or-near retirement, and people going through divorce. Our mission is to help connect people’s money with the things that are most important to them. We do this by helping you make wise financial decisions so you can live your life values and maximize your full life potential.

Hi I’m Ryan and I love what I do! I founded Weiser Financial Planning LLC after working many years in the corporate world. I chose to open WFP because I wanted to create a business with a noble purpose where I could combine my entrepreneurial side with my passion for helping people to make wise financial decisions. I believe that money is just a tool and that it’s important to help people connect their money with the things that are most important to them.

I have worked in the financial services industry since 2000 working for several Fortune 500 companies. Over those years I have consulted with hundreds of financial advisors from various financial institutions including banks, insurance companies, wirehouses, and independent broker/dealers. Through this experience I have had the opportunity to help thousands of clients and positively impact their lives.

One of my driving motivations in building a new financial planning business was to separate from the Wall Street firms, banks, and insurance companies where I am not handcuffed by proprietary products, sales incentives, and conflicts of interest that are intended to maximize company returns at the expense of my clients. As an independent RIA we are completely free to focus on our clients and what’s in your best interest.

I like to say, “money without purpose is like eating cereal without milk, it might taste ok – it’s just not as satisfying.” At WFP we want you to live your life values and reach your full life potential. We will help you make wise financial decisions for today and tomorrow.

 

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Index Funds, Mutual Funds, & ETF's

June 12, 2018

There is a common misconception that mutual funds, index funds and ETFs are all the same type of investment vehicles. And while there are similarities, there are also some significant differences for investors to know about. Let’s explore. Active vs. Passive Investors can select from two main investment strategies: active and passive portfolio management. Active portfolio management is exactly how it sounds: the portfolio manager(s) focuses on outperforming an index by “actively” making buy/sell decisions, adjusting asset allocation ranges and employing other portfolio management techniques. Passive portfolio management on the other hand simply aims to replicate an index – not to outperform and not to underperform – but rather replicate. Therefore, there is no portfolio manager making buy/sell decisions. Mutual funds are either active or passive – if passive, then they are called index funds. ETFs can also be considered either passive or active.

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Ideal Clients

  • Approaching Retirement
  • Busy Professionals
  • Divorcees
  • Generation X

Ways Advisor Charges

  • Monthly Fee
  • Quarterly Fee
  • Flat Fee
  • Hourly
  • Assets Under Management

Fee Options

  • Monthly Fee: $99+ / month
  • Hourly Fee: $175/hr
  • AUM: .65%-.95%

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  • Ohio

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