Michael Granito, MBA
Paraplanner and Client Onboarding Assistant
Michael is a paraplanner and client onboarding assistant with Skoda Minotti Financial Services. He specializes in assisting individuals and families with affording college while also saving money for recent graduates.
In this role, Michael helps clients with creating retirement plans and accessing their online accounts. He helps families and individuals plan for their children’s future college expenses, creates customized loan payoff plans for clients, and guides clients with recommending various debt management options.
Over the years, Michael has assisted his co-workers with searching for jobs, along with assisting family and friends with understanding the college process. A strong believer in education and continuous learning, he is driven by a passion for setting others up for success. In addition, he has coached over 25 seasons of high school sports and has guided many students through the high school planning process in order to assist them with the next journey in their lives.
Before joining Skoda Minotti in 2017, Michael worked for over 10 years within the banking and medical industries. He also created his own company in which he assisted families in affording student loans.
Michael earned his bachelor’s degree in marketing from Marquette University and has a MBA from Cleveland State University. He currently holds Life and Health licenses.
You can contact Michael at 440-449-6800 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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