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There are hundreds of financial professionals in your area. However, choosing the right advisor that understands your financial situation and meets your needs may be quite daunting. WiserAdvisor has a network of vetted financial advisors and advisory firms and has listed them below. You can find the details of each advisor, such as their qualifications, service offerings, etc., that you could use while searching for the financial advisor that best suits your financial and investment goals.

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Finding the Top Financial Advisor in State College, Pennsylvania

Last Updated - May 11, 2024

State College has 1 WiserAdvisor vetted Financial Planners and Advisors on the online list below for you to choose from. These financial advisors in State College, Pennsylvania have an average of 36 years of experience.

NOTE: The list of vetted financial advisors in State College, Pennsylvania mentioned below does not include all the advisors in our network due to their compliance listing restrictions. More vetted advisors may be available when you use our free match service to compare financial advisors near you in State College, Pennsylvania.

Qualified Financial Advisors in State College, Pennsylvania

Financial Advisor Experience AUM Minimum Assets Fee Structure
Gary Vassalotti
1409 3rd Ave,
Suite 5,
Duncansville, PA 16635
36 Years $10,127,000 $50,000 Fee-Only

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Information on Qualified Financial Advisors in State College, Pennsylvania

Qualifications CRD# 2563777
Firm CRD# 119009
Series 65

Compensation/Fee Fee-Only, Hourly, Based on Assets

Office Location 1409 3rd Ave,
Suite 5,
Phone Number 814-693-5093

I began my career as an Equity Analyst and Portfolio Manager for First American Bank, NA in Washington, DC. At first American, I covered many different sectors and countries. First Union National Bank subsequently acquired first American, where I continued as an equity analyst until joining a small independent investment counselor, Montag Management. After working for two years at Montag Management, setting up investment systems and procedures, I left and started VIMCOR in 1998. Wall street style research reports where generated and published by Investrends, Inc.

About Vimcor


VIMCOR is a registered investment advisor in the state of Pennsylvania. We offer discretionary and advisory only Investment Management and personal tax preparation. Investment accounts can be set up as IRA, Simple IRA retirement plants, 401k and Keogh plans, usually without a setup charge. All investment ideas are internally researched and must pass certain financial screens and parameters. Those that pass are then put into respective client portfolios based upon that clients needs and risk attributes.

Advisory Services Provided:

Financial Planning, Portfolio Management, Retirement Planning, 401K Rollovers, Wealth Management, Money Management, Risk Management, Education Funding and Planning, Financial Advice & Consulting, Financial Planning for Individuals, Financial Planning for Businesses, Investment Advice & Management, Tax Advice and Services

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Top Financial Advisor Firms in State College, Pennsylvania (Ranked by AUM)

Firm Name No. of Advisors No. of Clients AUM Fee Structure
476 Rolling Ridge Drive, Suite 315, State College, PA 16801
87 8080 $2,014,773,022
A Percentage of AUM, Hourly charges, Fixed Fees
232 Regent Court, State College, PA 16801
26 1476 $1,068,883,279
A Percentage of AUM, Fixed Fees
1364 South Atherton Street, State College, PA 16801
7 1082 $278,111,765
Hourly charges, Fixed Fees
2134 Sandy Drive, Suite One, State College, PA 16803
5 1326 $178,525,905
A Percentage of AUM, Fixed Fees, Other (CO-ADVISOR)
366 Walker Drive, Suite 370, State College, PA 16801
6 496 $167,913,275
A Percentage of AUM, Hourly charges, Fixed Fees
110 Regent Court, Suite 202, State College, PA 16801
4 549 $144,078,779
A Percentage of AUM, Hourly charges
270 Walker Drive, Suite 200nw, State College, PA 16801
6 339 $115,061,924
A Percentage of AUM

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Financial advisors listed on our directory for the state of Pennsylvania provide a variety of financial services such as investment planning, retirement planning, wealth management, education planning, tax planning, estate planning, and more. Do check the "Advisory Services Provided" section to confirm which services are provided by each advisor. To further explore how a financial advisor can support you in your specific financial situation read who financial advisors are and what they do.

    Financial advisors in Pennsylvania may charge for their services in several ways, including:

    Fee-only: Charging a flat fee, or a percentage of assets under management for their services.

    Fee-based: Charging a combination of fees and commissions.

    Commission-based: Earning a commission on the financial products they sell to clients.

    It's important to understand how your financial advisor is compensated, as this can affect their recommendations and potentially create conflicts of interest. To better understand how our network of financial advisors may charge for their services, read more on what are the costs of hiring a financial advisor.

    When choosing a financial advisor in Pennsylvania, it's important to conduct initial research. Consider their experience, credentials (CFP, ChFCs, CFAs, etc.), education, compensation method, and adherence to a code of ethics. It is also important to check for any disciplinary actions or complaints using the FINRA BrokerCheck tool to evaluate financial advisors for any disciplinary actions or complaints. Follow our guide on using BrokerCheck to research an advisor. For further information, refer to the guide on choosing the best financial advisor in Pennsylvania.

    Our directory for the state of Pennsylvania features various types of financial advisors, including:

    Investment advisors and portfolio managers: These advisors specialize in managing investment portfolios and offer personalized advice tailored to your financial goals.
    Wealth managers: They provide comprehensive financial services, including investment management and estate planning to help you build and protect your wealth.
    Financial planners: These advisors assist with financial areas such as budgeting, saving, and goal planning. They help create a holistic financial plan to guide your financial decisions.
    Retirement planners: These advisors provide guidance on retirement savings, income streams, and investment strategies to help individuals achieve a secure retirement.
    Robo-advisors: Utilizing technology-driven platforms, these advisors offer automated investment solutions. They leverage algorithms and algorithms to manage and optimize your investment portfolio.

    And more. To further explore how financial advisors can support you, learn more about the different types of financial advisors and their areas of expertise.

    Financial advisors and financial coaches in Pennslyvania differ in the services that they offer. Financial advisors offer financial services, including investment management, retirement planning, wealth management, etc., while financial coaches prioritize a client's mindset and behavior related to money. Instead of providing financial advice or services, coaches help clients develop healthier financial habits and try to transform the client's relationship with money for overall well-being.

    Before hiring a financial advisor in Pennsylvania, it's important to ask the right questions to ensure that they are a good fit for your needs and goals. Some questions to consider asking include:

    1. What are your qualifications and credentials?

    2. How do you charge for your services?

    3. What types of clients do you typically work with?

    4. Can you provide references or testimonials from current or past clients?

    5. How will you communicate with me and how often?

    6. What is your approach to risk management?

    To further narrow down your list of potential advisors best suited to your financial needs, consider using these eight additional questions to ask financial advisors.