More than financial planning—
advising and educating to reach new heights

Scott WeirScott Weir

“I have a passion for helping
people like you.”

With more than 20 years experience, Scott Weir has been blazing the trails as a trained financial guide. Scott is always in constant pursuit of continuing his education and keeping up to date on the latest trends in financial planning and wealth management—to be sure you stay informed and up to date as well.  We could provide you with a long list of Scott’s registrations, credentials, and licenses, but what is most important is knowing that Scott is a committed Investment Advisor Representative, a Certified Senior Advisor, and that he has a passion for educating his clients and helping you work towards reaching your financial goals.

Our philosophical approach is simple:

  • Educate and inform on investing techniques.
  • Offer options to help you take steps to better protect your income, principal, investments, and family.
  • Provide comprehensive financial planning services and relationships.
  • Present simple, fee-based plans.
  • Insure peace of mind.
  • We don’t sell products; we sell a process.

Your Team

Working as your financial guide, we will chart a course to build successful and long-term relationships with our clients, families and friends—a relationship focused on offering you our integrity, honesty, and trust.

Our Core Values

1. Relentlessly pursuing improvement.
2. Test and review everything.
3. Honesty and Integrity.
4. Enthusiastic, energetic, tenacious and hard working.
5. Work with you as a team.

Brett Weir Julie Weir Scott Weir

Bryan Fitzgerald Holly West  Noah Semmann

Our basecamp

You simply have to see the Weir Financial building

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Located at what was known as Deckers Corner, a triangle bounded by Pleasant Valley Road, Granville Rd (Hwy Y) and Highway 143, this building was once the centerpiece for the settlement and a most logical location for a tavern. The two-story structure is made of old fieldstone with inscribed joints and tooled quoins. There is a one-story fieldstone wing on the rear and a two-story frame addition made about 1910. It now serves as the location for Weir Financial. The history and character of this old building are held true by its current tenants. Just ask Scott or Julie about the bullet holes found in the floors from a possible gunfight in the old tavern from long ago. Or stop by to see the well worn, original wood flooring and play a round of pool in one of the converted office rooms. It is a beautiful building, with so much life and character inside and out. We welcome you to visit.