Andrew Schmitt

Managing Member, Adviser

Andy, originally from Fairport, New York, earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a major in Finance from University of Dayton.

Post graduation he worked with the Chief Economist at a leading yellow pages company and in the finance department at a regional computer networking company.

In 1992 he and his family moved to Cincinnati to join a large national broker-dealer and start his career in personal finance. After fifteen years at the national firm, and seeking a more personal culture for his clients, Andy moved to a regional broker-dealer to continue for another eight years before founding Schmitt Wealth Advisers, LLC.

Over the past 25 years, Andy has developed a specialty in financial planning and portfolio management (wealth management) for individuals and families. His focus on serving individuals and families is a key inspiration for establishing a Registered Investment Adviser (RIA) for current and future clients (see link to; The Benefits of Working with a Registered Investment Advisor).

Andy and his wife and their children live in Cincinnati.  In his spare time he enjoys golf, ice hockey, music, travel, and design work.

Recent Posts by Andrew Schmitt

  • Thoughts on Your P&G October LTIP Award & Choices

    What’s New Procter & Gamble employees who are normally eligible for the LTIP award in February, will now be receiving the award in the preceding October. Eligible employees have the opportunity to choose either RSU’s, Stock Options, or a combination of both in 25% increments. Consult your P&G compensation department and online resources for your […]

  • August 2020 Non-Farm Payroll Employment (NFP)

    On September 4th, 2020 the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reported that August Non-Farm Payroll Employment rose by 1.4 million new jobs and the unemployment rate fell by 1.4.% to 8.4% (see full release here). The unemployment rate drop was better than forecast and total job gains where about in-line with estimates. August represents the […]