About the Author
Brett Wilder is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ with over forty years of professional experience as a personal and business financial advisor. He has appeared as an expert on dozens of local and national television shows including Fox Business News, ABC NewsNow, BetterTV, and First Business. Wilder’s expert financial advice has also been featured in major print publications such as Investor’s Business Daily, The NAPFA Advisor, and Working Wealth Magazine as well as online at major sites such as Entrepreneur.com, TheStreet.com, and YahooFinance.com.
The Quiet Millionaire discusses the emotional side of money as well as how to plan and manage comprehensively cash flow, assets, liabilities, taxes, investments, employee benefits, insurance, health care, business ownership, college financing, accumulated estate wealth, and, most critical, how not to run out of money during retirement.
Brett is currently in the process of writing his second book, The Quiet Millionaire® Business Owner: How to Transition Through the Wunder, Blunder, Thunder, Plunder Stages of Business Ownership.
He is Founder and Chief Executive Officer of the Financial Management Group (FMG), a fee-only® financial planning and investment advisory firm registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission. FMG has been named twelve consecutive years as a “Top Wealth Manager” by Wealth Manager magazine, and as a “Fastest Growing” Registered Investment Advisor by Financial Advisor magazine. His professional memberships include the Financial Planning Association (past President of the Cincinnati Chapter), National Association of Personal Financial Advisors, Cincinnati Estate Planning Council, and he is a trustee for the Higher Education Advisory Institute, a non-profit organization that educates families about college planning and financing.
A graduate of Ursinus College with Major in Economics and a Minor in Psychology, he completed graduate studies at Temple University as well as post graduate executive education studies at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School. Brett and his wife Sandy regularly commute between Ohio and Florida for family and business purposes.