Financial Advisor and Retirement Specialist, Ryan Skinner, Featured on Fox News as Guest on Wall Street Today
Ryan Skinner, Co-Owner, Summit Financial Partners, was recently seen on CNN, CNBC and Fox News network affiliates around the country as a guest on Wall Street Today.
Woburn, MA – March 23, 2017 – Ryan Skinner, Financial Advisor and Retirement Specialist, was recently a featured guest on Wall Street Today. The show, which filmed in New York City overlooking Times Square by an Emmy Award winning crew, included guests from around the country who shared their expertise and stories of their success. The episode featuring Skinner recently aired on CNN, CNBC and Fox News affiliates across the country. Skinner was selected because of his expertise in retirement savings and protection from potential losses.
About Ryan Skinner:
Currently co-owner of the Woburn based Summit Financial Partners, Ryan’s practice is grounded in his belief that today’s retirees, and those for whom retirement is imminent, need to protect some of their savings from potential losses due to financial and stock market downturns.
To achieve this protection, Ryan makes use of Fixed Indexed Annuity Solutions. These financial tools provide protection against market loss and annual interest earnings based upon the annual increase in a stock market index (subject to a limit).
Ryan also utilizes the lifetime guaranteed income benefits of annuities to provide reliable, predictable, and sustainable income no matter how long you live. There are many “models” of these tools available, and Ryan and his team know how to select the right one for your particular situation.
The passionate financial advisor and retirement specialist’s harrowing journey into and slow burn out of a hell of multiple addictions is living proof that with deep faith, the encouragement of loving friends, sponsors, mentors and family and an effective 12-step program, anything is possible.
In addition to being a sponsor to younger recovering addicts, Ryan speaks at high schools and gives regular talks about making changes and turning adversity into positives to those enrolled in a drug program at the Middlesex House of Corrections in Billerica. Ryan gives these men credit for “making decisions that I wasn’t making for myself.” He is also in the planning stages of launching The Ryan Fund, to raise money for children who have been orphaned by their parents due to addiction.
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