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Meet Dan

Dan GeltrudeDan Geltrude is NOT your typical CPA – stereotypes be damned! Dan is known as “America’s Accountant” and the “Finance Guru,” and is the media’s “Go-To- Expert” for all finance, economic and tax related topics. He is a business analyst who provides pithy comments and is great at delivering the perfect sound bite. Think of him as a “Renaissance Man” rather than an accountant as there is virtually no business topic he can’t lend meaningful insight into. Dan’s greatest strength is analyzing political policies and current events to determine their financial impact.

Dan is a seasoned media expert that has covered a great range of topics. The depth of his knowledge in a multiplicity of areas is truly striking. He communicates with the super-rich as easily as the small business owner, providing advice that resonates from Wall Street to Main Street to the Upper East Side.

There is no substitute for real world experience and Dan has plenty of it. He founded Geltrude & Company in 1995 and it has become a premier accounting and financial advisory firm, providing boutique services to a select client base. In addition, he has served on the board of directors and advisory boards for a number of banking institutions over a twenty year period. He successfully passed the series 7 exam (no longer active) and currently holds a license for life, health and disability insurance. At this point, Dan is primarily sought after to provide business consulting services for privately held companies and wealthy families.

Because of his educational background, work experience and superb communication skills, Dan is a natural teacher. He has taught at Penn State University and is currently an accounting professor at Montclair University. Dan holds a Bachelors in Accounting from Rider University, a Masters in Taxation from Fairleigh Dickinson University and a Masters in Human Resources and Employment Relations from Penn State University.

Click here to view Dan’s curriculum vitae.

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