Saylor opens new financial business

| December 9, 2016

COSHOCTON – Art Saylor, formerly of Home Loan Savings Bank, has opened a new business at 401 Walnut St., in Coshocton. Saylor Wealth Strategies, LLC has been open for business since Nov. 6 of this year. They offer investment options like stocks, bonds, mutual funds, UITs and REITS, to name a few. There are also insurance products for life, disability, long-term care, and funeral expenses. They also help with retirement assistance planning, retirement plan rollovers, IRAs, and Roth IRAs as well as custodial, trust, and 529 accounts, which are college savings plans.

“Our customers frequently comment that I am able to explain and answer their questions in a way they can understand,” said Saylor. “This helps them to feel more empowered and better able to make decisions. Working with a local business makes it much easier for the customer to get quicker answers with a personal touch.”

Saylor has been married to wife Melissa for 26 years and they have three sons, Josh (Kaitlyn), Chris, and Matt. He has 13 years’ experience in the financial services industry and has a series 7 securities license and license for life/health, property/casualty, and variable amounts. Saylor is an investment advisor representative for fee-based managed accounts in Ohio and Florida. His community involvement includes being a member of the Coshocton Foundation Investment Committee and a member of the West Lafayette United Methodist Church. He is a past board member and president of Leadership Coshocton County and is a graduate of the 1996 class. He has assisted with Coshocton County Youth Leadership for 11 years.

“We provide financial guidance and education for everyone no matter how large or small the account or whether you are just starting out or near retirement,” said Saylor.

Saylor Wealth Strategies, LLC is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., Saturday by appointment and special hours by appointment as well. In addition to Saylor, Kacey Lahna is employed as office assistant and has a life and health insurance license.

The business can be reached by calling 740-575-4500 or at

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