Associate Financial Planner
Kyle has spent the last 10 years honing his skills, most recently at an $8+ billion independent wealth management firm in San Francisco. He is accustomed to working with high net worth individuals and their families, most of whom are corporate executives of companies ranging from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies, entrepreneurs and professionals. Much of his focus was on assisting executives with concentrated stock positions and executive compensation.
Kyle received his BA in Economics from California State University, Sacramento and holds a Certificate in Personal Financial Planning from the UC Berkeley Personal Financial Planning Program. Currently, Kyle is pursuing his Certified Financial Planner™ (CFP®) designation. Outside work Kyle enjoys golf, cooking, and spending time with his wife Ashley, two young sons Jackson and Beau, and their dog Dutch.
Assumptions often give people the willies. While you shouldn't assume you know something about another person's viewpoint, you do need to make assumptions in order to craft an effective financial plan that will cover your retirement needs. Kyle explains three key assumptions, along with logical strategies in order to make each one its most effective.
According to a recent study by the U.S. Department of Education, students are California colleges and universities are defaulting on their student loans at a lower rate than the national average. NerdWallet interviews Kyle on ways students and their families can afford college without getting lost in a debtor's swamp, with specific details about our golden state.
Syndicated to the Island Valley Daily Bulletin.
NerdWallet has compiled tips from financial experts around the country on how to deal with student loans - every step of the way. Kyle's tips are featured prominently.
With trademark panache, Kyle explains the lessons that fantasy football can provide for smart investing. Limit hometown bias, understand the rules, and don't overreact, and you'll find yourself winning at the investment game, which "helps you score a more financially secure future and maybe even the kind of retirement that's fit for a gridiron champion."
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NerdWallet asked Norm Boone and Kyle Morgan for more information about the pros and cons of 15-year loans. "Shop around," Kyle said. "Contact a mortgage broker who has access to multiple lenders and can help find the best product to fit your needs. Talk to your bank. For higher-net-worth individuals, your bank may provide certain perks, such as rate discounts, if you are holding a certain level of assets with them."
Syndicated to the Austin-American Statesman, Journal News, and NewsOK.
October 2015 – Present
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October 2005 – March 2007