Clark County, WA Financial Advisors and Resources



Financial Advisor Firms in Clark County, WA


LEADER CAPITAL CORP.

Website

(503) 294-1010

315 W. Mill Plain Blvd.
Suite 204
Vancouver, WA 98660

SEC#: 801-56684
Years in Business: 22 years

GREAT NORTHERN ASSET MANAGEMENT, LLC

Website

(360) 567-3300

1111 Main Street
Suite 650
Vancouver, WA 98660

SEC#: 801-66214
Years in Business: 15 years

HARLOW WEALTH MANAGEMENT, INC.

Website

(360) 573-2522

400 East Mill Plain Blvd.
Suite 200
Vancouver, WA 98660

SEC#: 801-112275
Years in Business: 3 years

SUSTAINABLE WEALTH MANAGEMENT, INC.

Website

(360) 597-4570

300 E. 17th Street

Vancouver, WA 98663

SEC#: 801-110752
Years in Business: 4 years

JOHNSON BIXBY

Website

(360) 695-1795

275 West Third Street
Suite 600
Vancouver, WA 98660

SEC#: 801-119645
Years in Business: 1 years

FORT VANCOUVER INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT, LLC

Website

(360) 823-0477

1601 Officers Row

Vancouver, WA 98661

SEC#: 801-112403
Years in Business: 3 years

JAMES R. MARTIN CONSULTING, INC

Website

(360) 567-1822

1111 Main St. Suite 612

Vancouver, WA 98660

SEC#: 801-58066
Years in Business: 20 years

MARTEL WEALTH ADVISORS INC

Website

(360) 694-9940

2001 Se Columbia River Drive
Ste 100
Vancouver, WA 98661

SEC#: 801-113777
Years in Business: 3 years

NEWFOCUS FINANCIAL GROUP, LLC

Website

(888) 762-2423

410 West 12th Street

Vancouver, WA 98660

SEC#: 801-63625
Years in Business: 16 years


How Retirement-Friendly is Clark County, WA?

  • Population: 473,252
  • % of Population 62 Years and Over: 18.6%
  • Average Home Value: $329,700
  • Average Monthly Housing Cost: $1,376
  • Average Household Income: $95,792
  • Washington Total Tax Burden: 8.34% (24th Highest in U.S.)
  • Washington Property Tax: 2.65% (20th Lowest in U.S.)
  • Washington Individual Income Tax: 0.00% (Lowest in U.S.)
  • Washington Sales and Excise Tax: 5.69% (3rd Highest in U.S.)


Clark County, WA Financial Advisor FAQs

What services do you provide? This is an important question to ask so that you will know what you get out of the money you pay them.
Financial advisors typically get paid with commissions, fees, or both.
Although education is an important facet of a financial advisor, it should not be your only factor for comparison. Experience with other clients would also be an important consideration.
The financial advisor's value lies in enabling the client to use their money more intelligently than they can on their own and helping them think through dilemmas and decisions without feeling paranoid about any risks.