In the Community
Highpoint Advisors is happy to sponsor and participate in many community events throughout East Syracuse, NY and the surrounding areas. Look through some of our recent events below. We hope to see you at our next local event!
Buy Local Bash 2017
For the 5th year in a row, HighPoint Advisors, LLC was one of the main sponsors of the Syracuse First Buy Local Bash. This great yearly event showcases some of the amazing businesses we are so lucky to have here in Syracuse. Held on Monday, November 20th, 2017, this year's Bash brought together many of our area’s best food, beverage, retail, and service businesses all under one roof. Each year this event grows and it’s great to see both familiar and new faces and businesses. Collectively this is one of HighPoint Advisors, LLC’s favorite events to participate in! We had a blast connecting with other local business owners and trying samples from restaurants like Original Grain and Dinosaur Barbecue. If you've never attended the Buy Local Bash, we highly recommend it for next year. Either way, remember to shop small this holiday season and support local business!
Halloween at HighPoint
This year, the HighPoint Advisors, LLC team had a blast dressing up as sectors of the S&P 500. Healthcare: Terri proudly represented the Healthcare sector by dressing as a doctor. Finance: AJ hammed it up as the Monopoly Man. Energy: Pat got creative with workout gear and a battery pack. Materials: Sarah built her costume with items from her toolbox. Hopefully in a couple years we'll have enough advisors and staff to represent every sector! For information on all 11 sectors of the S&P, click here. ...
Food Drive 2017
Walk to End Alzheimer’s
The Good Life: College Savings Tips
The latest issue of Central New York Magazine: The Good Life features college savings tips from AJ, our Managing Director. It is a bimonthly magazine celebrating people and places in Central New York. It focuses on a broad range of topics that range from politics to philanthropy and from food to fashion. “For most parents, how you’re going to pay for your child’s college education is a common concern. New York State’s new tuition-free degree program, the Excelsior Scholarship, is an exciting option to offset some of the expenses of college. But it won’t cover everything.” AJ suggested five things to consider when putting together a college savings plan, including a NYS 529 plan and starting early. “Kids usually go to college at age 17 or 18, so starting early can provide a lot of time to compound earnings/interest on investments.” For the full article, pick up a copy at Wegmans or Barnes & Noble, or, stop by our office to take a look in our reception area. ...