Are you a fiduciary?

Yes. We embrace our legal obligation to only give advice that’s in the client’s best interest. WealthSource was founded to give more clients access to un-conflicted financial advice — and we remain tr...

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Who holds my money?

Charles Schwab, TD Ameritrade, and Raymond James are the preferred custodians we utilize for our clients. We have relationships with some of the most well-known firms so that our clients have choices....

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Does WealthSource have custody of my money, just like at the bank?

No. Your money is always held with your custodian. As your wealth manager, WealthSource is granted trading authority, and based on your specific authorizations, limited rights of disbursement, which i...

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Are my accounts insured like they are at the bank?

No. Your bank’s Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) protection covers up to $250,000 in your bank deposit accounts, including checking and savings accounts, money market deposit accounts, and...

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Is my money co-mingled with other clients’ money?

No. Your investments are held in your specific account, under your own name (or trust or entity of your direction) and the appropriate tax ID number. Your money is separate and distinct to you.

What designations do you hold — and which ones matter?

Members of the WealthSource team take pride in holding some of the most prestigious designations and credentials in the industry. It is important to note that not all designations are equally rigorous...

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    What do I need to know about tax-efficient retirement savings?

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    When should I put together an estate plan?

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    Aurora, CO 80015

    303-875-8730 Meet Your Advisor

    Amy joined WealthSource Partners in February of 2016 as an Independent Wealth Advisor.  Amy started her financial services career in December of 1998 at Marathon Investment Management, Inc. where she worked as a Financial Planner until December of 2015.  Prior to her departure, Amy formed her own investment advisory firm, A.M. Financial for which she served as the Managing Member.  Amy graduated from the Metropolitan State University of Denver in 2005, where she obtained her Bachelors of Science Degree in Finance, and shortly thereafter became a Certified Financial Planner™ in 2006.  After experiencing a divorce first hand, she subsequently earned her Certified Divorce Financial Analyst designation in order to offer a thorough evaluation in the unique, complex and underserved field of divorce settlement planning.

    Amy is an active member of the Financial Planning Association and the Colorado Collaborative Divorce Professionals organization and regularly attends meetings of the Colorado Bar Association and the Colorado Women’s Bar Association (she is not a licensed attorney and does not provide legal advice).

    Amy stays busy when away from work spending time with her three children and all the beauty and activities Colorado has to offer.

    The Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards Inc. owns the certification marks CFP®, CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™, CFP® (with plaque design) and CFP® (with flame design) in the U.S., which it awards to individuals who successfully complete CFP Board’s initial and ongoing certification requirements.

    Divorce financial and/or transition services offered through A.M. Financial. WealthSource does not offer or provide divorce financial and/or transition services. A.M. Financial and WealthSource are independent and unaffiliated entities.

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    AMY MAHLEN