Gary Scheer, RFC®, CSAFounderGary Scheer, RFC®, CSA is a nationally recognized Financial Educator, Author, Speaker and Retirement Planner whom you may have seen on NBC, CBS, ABC, Pix 11News, News 12 NJ and Annuity123, EzineArticles.com and Fortune.As the co-author of Successonomics with Steve Forbes, the All-In Principal, and Alligator Proofing Your Estate, Gary has been interviewed by William Shatner on Moving America Forward, and has been featured on In America with James Earl Jones.As Founder and Managing Member, Gary and his team at Gary Scheer, LLC have been showing business owners, professionals and executives how to protect and pass on their wealth for over 30 years. It doesn’t take long with Gary Scheer to see why people trust their money and their future to him. He is a warm and passionate communicator with a relaxed style who loves to share his financial wisdom and insights through his presentations to CPA groups and his Public Seminar Series – Understanding Different Retirement Strategies and his popular radio program on WMTR, Your Money, Your Retirement with Gary Scheer.A Morris County resident, Gary graduated from Purdue University with a major in Restaurant, Hotel and Institutional Management. He has been a REGISTERED FINANCIAL CONSULTANT ™ since 2009 and a Certified Senior Advisor since 2003.As a complement to his professional achievements, Gary is past President and former Treasurer of a local private school board. Additionally, Gary has played trumpet with the acclaimed Livingston Symphony Orchestra, in Livingston, New Jersey for over 20 years.Gary has been married to Susan since 1983 and they have three adult children, Ariel, Jessica and Jacob and one grandchild. They enjoy reading and traveling, but they enjoy spending time with their grandchild even more. Fill out the form below or call our office today at (973)-539-4100 to find out how to get your FREE copy of Gary’s best-selling book, Successonomics, co-authored by Steven Forbes. Form for Successonomics Name Email Phone Question Thank you! Oops!