Dan Geltrude, CPA, known as America's Accountant, founded Geltrude & Company, in 1995 and has grown his organization to a premier accounting, tax, and financial advisory firm. Because of his vast knowledge and outstanding communication skills, he has become a regular go-to-expert for media outlets for all finance, economic, and tax topics. As a college professor, Mr. Geltrude teaches various undergraduate and graduate courses at Montclair State University. He is also the author of the bestselling book Positive Financial Karma.
Are we in a recession or heading towards one? America's Accountant®, Daniel Geltrude, will discuss what investors need to know.
Against the backdrop of continued tensions in US-China relations, anxiety over a potential taper tantrum, and intensifying inflation fears, what can investors expect for the rest of the year? Our distinguished panel will dissect the economic, global trade, and political landscape and offer a unique perspective on the long- and short-term implications of these factors and more on your portfolio.
The Biden Administration is proposing a wide range of tax changes and tax increases that will impact many taxpayers. Should all or some of these proposals be enacted, what will the impact be on investors? How will the markets react? America's AccountantDan Geltrude, will provide you will valuable insight.
Against the backdrop of heightened tensions in US-China relations, strong economic data, and raw-material shortages and supply-chain issues, what can investors expect for the rest of the year? Our distinguished panel will dissect the economic, global trade, and political landscape and offer a unique perspective on the long- and short-term implications of these factors and more on your portfolio.
Positive Financial Karma
Dan Geltrude, known as “America’s Accountant,” delivers his unique brand of financial common sense in this breezy, easy-to-understand book, where you can learn how to achieve Positive Financial Karma. There are many books about finance and there are books about karma, but very few combine the two.