Daniel Bryant on Outcomes Podcast

“Financial Wellness” is the phrase currently permeating the 401(k) industry. What it boils down to for Daniel Bryant, President of National Sales, Retirement and Private Wealth at Sheridan Road Financial is, “How do we help participants help themselves?” Daniel has worked with some of the most prestigious behavioral finance minds in the finance world. What is the single issue that is preventing employees from saving more in their 401(k)? (8:11) Is technology the answer? Which technologies have been thrust to the forefront because of the current pandemic? (15:05) What is the one potential challenge to mass adoption of technology? And how does an advisor with a small practice prepare the digital-based industry coming five years from now? (28:16)

Three Who Lead The Way: Past Retirement Plan Advisers of the Year discuss participant services.

Last month, I had the pleasure of talking with PLANADVISER Magazine on the 5th Anniversary of Sheridan Road being named the country’s leading Multi-Office Retirement Advisory firm to discuss the impacts of COVID-19 on financial wellness and how things have changed since we became the Retirement Plan Adviser of the Year. Hats off to both Rita Fiumara and Rick Wedge for being part of the article as well! Click the link below to read more.


Three Who Lead the Way

Financial Literacy More Important to Americans Than Health and Wellness

Financial literacy is a survival skill that everyone needs,’ a recent Schwab survey found. History shows that every time our country faces a crisis – whether it’s COVID-19, Hurricane Katrina, or 9/11 – the need for greater financial literacy becomes more apparent.

Click here to read the article written by Diana Britton in  Wealth Management.



7 Interesting Financial Facts About Millennials

Being a millennial has its virtues and shortcomings, but more often than not, millennials are considered to be financially indisciplined, frittering away their money on avocado toasts and lattes. And it’s not just the UK millennials, but their U.S. counterparts face the same bashing from experts.


But how much of it is true? Are all millennials financially reckless?  Click here to read the rest of the article.