As a client of SKWealth, you can expect professional advice tailored to your needs and goals. Our team of CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNERS™, Certified Public Accountants, and other professionals look beyond “The Big Picture” to establish your personal financial objectives. Whether you wish to fund an education, save for retirement or manage your investments, The Integrated Financial Advantage™, is here to help you make informed decisions that will benefit your future.
Despite ever changing conditions in today’s markets, SKWealth is committed to adding value to your growing portfolio. We offer high-caliber guidance for your investment needs that reach beyond traditional expectations. Our fee-only philosophy ensures your needs are our top priority.
Working with a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA) at SK Wealth provides guidance and clarity during the difficult divorce process. The CDFA’s role is to help the client and attorney recognize how the financial decisions made during the divorce will impact the client’s future. We develop a plan for your financial future that still has your integrity intact. We offer a complimentary meeting to determine if this service is right for you.
Our team is comprised of engaged & enthusiastic individuals who not only have the expertise of real-world financial solutions, but also have the experience to back it up. The SKWealth team represents you- not the industry. Let us guide you on your path to financial independence.
Certified Public Accountants (CPA) are licensed and regulated by their state boards of accountancy. While state laws and regulations vary, the education, experience and testing requirements for licensure as a CPA generally include:
In order to maintain a CPA license, states generally require the completion of 40 hours of continuing professional education (CPE) each year (or 80 hours over a two year period or 120 hours over a three year period). Additionally, all American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) members are required to follow a rigorous Code of Professional Conduct which requires that they act with integrity, objectivity, due care, competence, fully disclose any conflicts of interest (and obtain client consent if a conflict exists), maintain client confidentiality, disclose to the client any commission or referral fees, and serve the public interest when providing financial services. The vast majorities of state boards of accountancy have adopted the AICPA’s Code of Professional Conduct within their state accountancy laws or have created their own.