Dennis R. Gunn has been a Certified Financial Planner for the past 22 years. As a part of the financial industry he has worked with thousands of individuals, professionals, and business owners to help them reach their financial goals. Dennis focuses on building and maintaining long term client relationships, which are founded on integrity and trust. He focuses on the growth of his clients by teaching them:
- How money works
- How to grow it
- How to protect it from taxes
- Market fluctuation
- Inflation and other eroding factors
The financial industry can be full of numerous pitfalls if an individual is unaware of the challenges that present themselves. Dennis has developed strategies to give you more control, reduce risk, and protect your wealth. His main focus is to use two strategic plans to help you get the most out of your money:
- Game Board - A virtual model that gives you a safe organized view of your entire financial picture. It makes organizing, analyzing, and strategizing easier by viewing all of your money decisions simultaneously.
- The LEAP Model Rulebook* - It allows you to gain a greater understanding of how money works, the rules surrounding financial products, and the possible strategies which can improve your financial position for both the short and long term.
On top of his many accolades in the financial industry, Dennis also holds a BS degree from Montclair State University in teaching. He has also been a football coach at Seton Hall Prep since 1995. Some of the techniques he employees to guide people financially also translate to how he coaches student athletes on the football field. Dennis prides himself in being a great leader and he parlays that into guiding people to make the right financial decisions.
"You work hard for your money, now is the time
to let your money work hard for you"
*LEAP® and The LEAP Model Rulebook® are trademarks and service marks of LEAP Systems, LLC which is an independent affiliate of Penn Mutual Life Insurance Company (PML). HTK is a wholly owned subsidiary of PML. Trademarks belong to their respective owners