John P Sullivan CFP®, PFS, CPA (NO LONGER PRACTICING AS A CPA)
John P. Sullivan is a Certified Financial Planner™ professional who is a Registered Representative and Investment Advisor Representative with Securian Financial Services, Inc. He is a Personal Financial Specialist (PFS) and an inactive Certified Public Accountant (CPA). John applies his background to provide financial services and advice for individuals, professionals, small business owners, estates and trusts.
John has been a financial advisor since 1989. Prior to that, John was Treasurer for a Fortune 1000 company and a Senior Manager at Deloitte. In addition, John has been an adjunct professor of Finance and Accounting at Fairleigh Dickinson University as well as an instructor and lecturer at national financial seminars. With John's unique background and perspective for developing financial strategies, he frequently earns a place at the Million Dollar Roundtable*, a national forum of financial professionals. He also qualifies for the Private Briefing and Premier Resource Groups*, which recognize the leading financial professionals of Securian Financial Services.
John is also committed to the community where he lives and works. He has volunteered at St. Vincent De Paul Parish on the Finance and Pre-Cana committees and served for many years as a Trustee on the Board of the Oratory Preparatory School in Summit, NJ. In addition to those volunteer activities, John is also involved in youth sports as a coach and instructor.
John grew up in Summit, NJ and now resides with his wife Cindy and son Kevin in Gillette, NJ.
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