Team

We are planners, analysts and lawyers—and more—who collaborate with each other and our clients.

With appreciation for human nature, we seek to bring financial acumen and legal knowledge to each client relationship.

Planners

Scott Benner, JD
Principal

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Cam Barsness, CFP®
Principal

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Ryan Stevens, CFA, CAIA
Principal

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Kyle O'Connor, CFP®
Shareholder

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Gianna Giusti, CFP®
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Austin Jodrey, CFP®
Associate

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Operations and Support

Danielle Lynch
Office Manager

Principal Emeritus

Ted Kutscher

All the paintings featured on this site are works by our friend and colleague Ted Kutcher. Drawn from multiple decades, they reflect Ted’s artistic evolution. That journey, in turn, is a metaphor for the planning process.

In his artist’s statement, Ted writes, “The joy of painting for me is the same as its challenge…. Each piece is an adventure starting with a potential success.”

Ted Kutscher

Since establishing KBBS in 1991, Ted brought this same spirit of joyful challenge to his work with clients, always embracing the planning process as a way to connect with what matters deeply to people.

At the end of 2020, Ted retired from regular responsibilities in KBBS. We celebrate with him additional time for family and painting. We are also grateful to be in continuing regular contact through his ongoing legal work as counsel with KHBB Law PLLC.

Ted Kutscher

Ted Kutscher

All the paintings featured on this site are works by our friend and colleague Ted Kutcher. Drawn from multiple decades, they reflect Ted’s artistic evolution. That journey, in turn, is a metaphor for the planning process.

In his artist’s statement, Ted writes, “The joy of painting for me is the same as its challenge…. Each piece is an adventure starting with a potential success.”

Ted Kutscher

Since establishing KBBS in 1991, Ted brought this same spirit of joyful challenge to his work with clients, always embracing the planning process as a way to connect with what matters deeply to people.

At the end of 2020, Ted retired from regular responsibilities in KBBS. We celebrate with him additional time for family and painting. We are also grateful to be in continuing regular contact through his continuing legal work as counsel with KHBB Law PLLC.