Wealth Management Director
Lightship Wealth Strategies, Inc.
Scott Schutte is a wealth management director at Lightship Wealth Strategies, Inc. and serves as a client service officer for individuals with their diverse financial planning and investment management needs.
Prior to working at Lightship Wealth Strategies, he spent more than 14 years of his professional career working at Commonwealth Financial Network®, most recently serving as vice president, financial planning and risk management. In this role, he provided oversight and strategic direction for the asset management and financial planning arms of the business, which lends to his extensive experience in these critical financial areas.
Scott has also written articles and is a columnist for Financial Advisor, Registered Rep, On Wall Street, and Boomer Magazine and is regularly quoted in numerous financial publications. In 2011 he became a full time financial advisor at Lightship Wealth Strategies, Inc. in Newton, Massachusetts.
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