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Co-Founder, Partner and Senior Wealth Adviser,
Sterling Wealth Partners
Scot Landborg started working as a financial planner in 2000 with a desire to help those closest to him obtain quality financial advice. Since the beginning of his career, Scot has consistently and intentionally worked for independent financial planning firms so he could incorporate his commitment to serve his clients as an investment fiduciary and put his clients' interests first. His philosophy is to advise his clients with the highest level of dignity, respect and professionalism; and only make recommendations that he would make for his own family.
Scot is a regular contributor to Kiplinger and has also been regularly quoted in publications such as U.S. News and World Report and Investopedia. Scot is a former co-host of the nationally syndicated radio show Smart Money Talk Radio, has been featured on Entrepreneur Podcast Network, and is now the host of his own recently launched podcast, Retire Eyes Wide Open, which is available on both iTunes and Google Play.
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