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FEATURED IN: Fortune Magazine 

FEATURED IN: Fortune Magazine 

Ryan Skinner: "Every day I try to be of service. I'll do anything I can to keep my feet moving in a positive direction. If you keep moving forward, you're not going to fall backwards. I like to say I had to fall to gain it all. I grew up with a father and grandfather who taught me the value of integrity and I had to lose everything to gain that sort of integrity and live my life according to what I learned so many years ago." 

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FEATURED IN: Forbes Magazine 

FEATURED IN: Forbes Magazine 

Ryan Skinner, owner of the Woburn, MA based firm Summit Financial Partners, is a retirement expert on a mission to serve. A trailblazer in the field of asset preservation and distribution, he sets the standard for developing long-lasting personal relationships with his clients. “Everyone is different and I care about my clients as individuals,” he says. “I make sure that comes across from the moment I meet them for the first time in the reception area. I’m here for you, I tell them. How can I be of service and give you a secure future?”

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FEATURED IN: Newsweek Magazine 

FEATURED IN: Newsweek Magazine 

Ryan Skinner: "The Next Big Thing in retirement planning will be increased consumer demand in the two areas of greatest concern to the 21st Century Retiree. The first is continued innovation in financial tools to create reliable, predictable and sustainable income streams to replace paychecks. The second is creative solutions for long-term care costs that leverage existing assets without traditional insurance policies.

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FEATURED IN: USA Today

FEATURED IN: USA Today

A trailblazer in the field of asset preservation and wealth distribution, retirement specialist Ryan Skinner sets the standard for developing long-lasting personal relationship with his clients. He is driven by his passion to help people achieve "worry free" financial independence with solutions that provide safety of principal and guaranteed retirement income streams. When Ryan talks about ROI, he means "Reliability of Income." 

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FEATURED IN: Success Today

FEATURED IN: Success Today

“With every new client, I follow the same systematized process to help them determine how to best allocate their retirement savings to ensure that they don’t run out of money in retirement.  Th is process consistently works for my clients, and therefore consistently works to grow and sustain my business.   I strive to improve the wheel, but not constantly reinvent the wheel.”

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FEATURED IN: The Wall Street Journal

FEATURED IN: The Wall Street Journal

A trailblazer in the field of asset preservation and wealth distribution, retirement specialist Ryan Skinner sets the standard for developing long-lasting personal relationship with his clients. He is driven by his passion to help people achieve "worry free" financial independence with solutions that provide safety of principal and guaranteed retirement income streams. When Ryan talks about ROI, he means "Reliability of Income." 

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RYAN SKINNER'S INTERVIEW ON WALL STREET TODAY

RYAN SKINNER'S INTERVIEW ON WALL STREET TODAY

Wall Street Today, with host, Nick Nanton, interviews Ryan Skinner on the factors that help make Summit Financial Partners special. Ryan has a unique past that he uses to shape how he services his clients to ensure their needs are always put first. Summit Financial Partners focuses on the distribution phase of retirement which involves asset preservation and risk minimization. Watch the interview to learn more!

FEATURED IN: Metropolitan Digital

FEATURED IN: Metropolitan Digital

Specializing in retirement income planning, Ryan has found that Reliability of Income is what matters most. This simply means, knowing that your money is safe and that you’ll have guaranteed income month after month, year after year, regardless of what goes on in the stock market. In this article, Ryan explains that retirees focus should no longer be about the size of their accounts but the size of their guaranteed income.

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