Clark County, NV Financial Advisors and Resources



Financial Advisor Firms in Clark County, NV


RAREVIEW CAPITAL LLC

Website

(212) 475-8664

1980 Festival Plaza Drive
Suite 300
Las Vegas, NV 89135

SEC#: 801-108100
Years in Business: 5 years

GAO MANAGEMENT LLC

Website

(301) 379-8299

325 E Warm Springs Rd
Ste 102
Las Vegas, NV 89119

SEC#: 801-108207
Years in Business: 5 years

SILVEROAK INVESTMENTS, LLC

Website

(800) 520-0605

1180 North Town Center Drive
Suite 100
Las Vegas, NV 89144

SEC#: 801-115023
Years in Business: 2 years

KAMICHU WEALTH MANAGEMENT LLC

Website

(702) 487-6440

3910 Pecos-Mcleod Blvd
Suite B-100
Las Vegas, NV 89121

SEC#: 801-113441
Years in Business: 3 years

THE AMERIFLEX GROUP

Website

(702) 987-9730

8485 W. Sunset Road, Suite 204

Las Vegas, NV 89113

SEC#: 801-117784
Years in Business: 1 years

PROQUILITY PRIVATE WEALTH PARTNERS, LLC

Website

(702) 941-7860

1707 Village Center Circle
Ste 290
Las Vegas, NV 89134

SEC#: 801-118760
Years in Business: 1 years

WISER RETIRE, LLC

Website

(844) 702-1040

3755 Breakthrough Way
Ste 101
Las Vegas, NV 89135

SEC#: 801-117735
Years in Business: 1 years

BUCKLEY WEALTH MANAGEMENT, LLC

Website

(702) 805-1010

10100 West Charleston Blvd.
#213
Las Vegas, NV 89135

SEC#: 801-109016
Years in Business: 4 years

FHN FINANCIAL MAIN STREET ADVISORS, LLC

Website

(702) 575-6592

10655 Park Run Drive
Suite 120
Las Vegas, NV 89144

SEC#: 801-63805
Years in Business: 16 years


How Retirement-Friendly is Clark County, NV?

  • Population: 2182,004
  • % of Population 62 Years and Over: 17.8%
  • Average Home Value: $269,600
  • Average Monthly Housing Cost: $1,168
  • Average Household Income: $80,762
  • Nevada Total Tax Burden: 8.23% (22nd Lowest in U.S.)
  • Nevada Property Tax: 2.12% (9th Lowest in U.S.)
  • Nevada Individual Income Tax: 0.00% (Lowest in U.S.)
  • Nevada Sales and Excise Tax: 6.11% (2nd Highest in U.S.)


Clark County, NV Financial Advisor FAQs

Financial advisors can help you build up your investment portfolio in many ways: mapping out your current and future goals, developing a retirement strategy and investing in it, and helping you create an estate plan that lists your desired distribution of assets in the event of death or incapacity.
Here are some basic questions everyone should ask their potential financial partners: What other services will I be paying for? Can you prove that your recommendations have historically performed well? Do you have experience working with my type of business/situation/income level?
Financial advisors get paid in two ways - commissions and fees. They typically charge a commission for recommending products like life insurance, mutual funds, or pensions. And they generally charge fees for advising you what to do with your savings or retirement funds.
Financial advisors can provide advice on diversifying investment portfolios according to your goals, tax law changes that could affect cash flow or capital gains accounts. They also offer insurance quotes but cannot sell any policy or product without being licensed in that particular state by law.