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Good Life Companies adds YTS Wealth Management to platform

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Good Life Companies, an independent hybrid US RIA firm, has added YTS Wealth Management, a wealth management team with approximately USD200 million in total client assets led by Justin Tantlinger and Nick Subich, to its platform.

This addition comes on the heels of the firm’s announcement last month that it added two advisors with over USD150 million in assets. Since last August, Good Life has recruited to its platform teams that manage approximately USD615 billion.

Good Life Companies is a network of over 200 financial advisors and 350 insurance professionals in 42 states who combine to oversee over USD4 billion in total client assets.

Conor Delaney, CEO of Good Life Companies, says: “We are overjoyed to welcome Justin and Nick to the Good Life family, and look forward to partnering with them in the future as their firm continues to build on its past success. Our recent recruiting momentum speaks to the fact that advisors across the country have taken notice of our ability to provide them with the tools, solutions and platforms to allow them both to grow and to create customised experiences for each one of their clients.” 

Headquartered just outside of Pittsburgh, YTS Wealth Management serves clients in 18 states, providing individuals and households — many of whom are retirees and pre-retirees — with a range of comprehensive wealth management and financial planning strategies, including everything from tax-smart investing, to insurance and estate planning, to employer-sponsored retirement plan support and saving for college.

In addition to Tantlinger and Subich, the YTS Wealth Management team consists of Branch Operations Manager Michael Yeckley and Operations Manager Courtney Vollero, as well as Brina Davis and Daniel Potosky, who both serve as Client Service Associates. 

In a joint statement, Tantlinger and Subich say: “We are excited to affiliate with Good Life Companies and reap the full benefits of its innovative platform. From the start, it was clear that Good Life was best suited to serve as an enabling partner for our business and give our clients the service experience they deserve.” 
 

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