|Other Names:||Ryan Andrew Fox, Ryan Fox|
Ryan Fox is an independent, fee only advisor with the Financial Consulate in Gettysburg, PA. Financial Consulate primarily manages accounts for individuals, high net worth individuals, and corporations or other businesses and has more than $253M in assets under management. This advisor is registered with the SEC. This advisor's ...(see more)
This is a great summary article on understanding the basics of a 401k plan in terms of costs. There are specific examples of these costs and also ways to help improve a company's 401k.
Some Olympic athletes are set up to do more than just wear their gold - they are going to strike gold in terms of endorsements.
This is an outstanding, quick guide to some key decisions that must factor into the overall retirement planning process.
Costs can vary widely within a corporate 401k plan for investors and in many cases these cost differences can have a dramatic impact on future balances.
We are entering a new era of disclosure in the 401k marketplace. It should lead to clarity for investors but plan sponsors need to be accutely aware that they should be shopping for better services at lower costs.
Working longer is often a key to make sure enough funds are in place for retirement.
There are a number of items to address before you make the decision to rollover your 401k. Be sure to address each of these issues prior to making any decision.
What are the common steps that should be completed to ensure a complete understanding of your retirement plan picture? This article provides strong insight.
The DOL is adding to their regulatory staff in an effort to uncover issues with company sponsored retirement plans. It is imperative that every plan be reviewed for the current and future standards to avoid penalties.
Leading financial planning firm opens Gettysburg PA office with local employee Ryan Fox.
To take money from your 401k early is a critical decision facing retirees. This article provides an excellent overview of key issues.
This is an excellent article that provides a step by step approach for those who have to make a 401k decision because of job loss. The authoer provides clear, concise, real advice.
Asking the right questions is vital before starting a new relationship with a financial advisory firm. You need at least these questions and many more so that you are making a correct, crucial decision.
Many retirees face a significant decision about what to do with their 401k funds when they retire. Often a 401k should be rolled to an IRA but many times the thrill of retirement leads to a temporarily forgotten 401k. This article sheds light on some of the benefits of rolling the 401k to an IRA.
|High Net Worth Individuals|
|Pension and Profit Sharing Plans|
|Corporations or Other Businesses|
|Financial Consulate, Inc.||2 years, 11 months||May 2011 - Present|
|Infinex Investments, Inc||2 years, 2 months||Feb 2009 - May 2011|
|Adams County National Bank||3 years, 9 months||Aug 2007 - May 2011|
|Fox Independent Investment Advisory||2 years, 7 months||May 2005 - Dec 2007|
|South Western School District||3 years||Aug 2004 - Aug 2007|
|Manheim Central School District||10 months||Oct 2003 - Aug 2004|
|Elizabethtown College||11 years, 7 months||Sep 2002 - Present|
|Eastern University||8 years, 7 months||Sep 2002 - Apr 2011|
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|As of Date||
|Uniform Investment Adviser Law Examination||Series 65||10/30/2010|
|Futures Managed Funds Examination||Series 31||09/16/1997|
|Uniform Securities Agent State Law Examination||Series 63||09/03/1997|
|General Securities Representative Examination||Series 7||08/22/1997|
This advisor has certified that they are compensated solely by their clients, and do not accept commissions or compensation of any kind based on the products they recommend.