David J. Scranton

Dave Scranton is a Connecticut and Florida resident with over 25 years of experience in financial services. He divides his time between a thriving private practice in Connecticut and his Florida-based company, Advisors’ Academy, which teaches, trains, and provides research for financial advisors across the country.

Dave strives to educate clients on how to invest profitably by providing conservative options. In addition, Dave Scranton is a well-established speaker and is committed to educating people with his presentations on topics relating to conservative alternatives, Social Security, RMDs, Investment Planning, 401k and Estate Planning. He is dedicated to helping his clients reap the rewards of a well-planned retirement.

Nationally, Dave is a highly sought after speaker who appears regularly on all the top financial TV shows including, Opening and Closing Bell on CNBC, Fox Business, and Bloomberg News, sharing his insights about investing in today’s markets with a special focus on those born before 1966. He also has his own TV show “The Income Generation” on NewsmaxTV that airs every Sunday at 10AM EST.

Dave is the author of two acclaimed books about saving and investing, Stop The Financial Insanity, and his new book, Amazon bestseller, Return on Principle: 7 Core Values to Help Protect Your Money in Good Times and Bad released in September 2016.

Jeffrey Small

Jeffrey Small is a best-selling author, having penned Turning Financial Planning Right-Side Up, which has helped the general public master the “inside game” of investing and avoid Wall Street and media bias. He is an industry expert and has appeared on many of the nation’s top TV and radio shows on stations including CNBC, Fox News, and Fox Business.

Jeff has personally strategized with thousands of local investors to create a master plan for investment that fuels their income stream allowing them to enjoy retirement.

His best-selling book, Turning Financial Planning Right-Side Up, reveals exactly how Wall Street, financial planners, and the news steer investors into poor, costly decisions. It prescribes proven alternatives that place readers on a path to reach or exceed the specific yield necessary for their situation.