Brian S. Dumont, EdM
Founder, Principal of Dumont Wealth
Brian comes from a college background in both the liberal arts (B.A., Psychology, Saint Anselm College), and the teaching arts (Ed.M., Master in Education, Boston University). As a result, his approach to working with families is both from the psychological, “how to help us make better financial decisions” and the educational, “here’s how all the pieces of your economic life work together”. In short, Brian’s style is a little like educational therapy for your money.
Brian is a Circle of Wealth Master Mentor, which is a niche within the financial planning world that operates from the assumption that putting clients in control of their money is a central strategy for financial success. He is also a financial and estate planner, wealth advisor, wealth transfer specialist, college planner and resident of New York City. He is licensed in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maine, Florida, Maryland and Texas for securities, life, accident and health. Currently, he is the private financial and estate planner for a highly select group of approximately fifty families.
Kevin M. Dumont, B.S.
CIO, Wealth Transfer Manager
Kevin has a background in the liberal arts (Bachelor of Science, University of New England), as well as in the management of a small business (Window World), and 25 years of study as a 2nd Degree Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do.
Currently a full time resident of Harrison, NJ, Kevin is a two-time winner of MetLife’s Best Agent award for excellence in service to clients. He is licensed in New York and New Jersey for life, accident and health insurance.
What does the initial consultation involve?
The purpose of the initial consultation is typically twofold: first, to talk about your current situation, including your goals and beliefs; second, to talk about what we believe and how we work. At the conclusion of this, you and your advisor can usually decide if there is a match and if further consultations are worthwhile.
What is the cost of the initial consultation?
Generally, there is no fee charged for the initial consultation, unless specifically agreed to beforehand by both the advisor and client. In short, there is no obligation at the initial consultation, as it is intended as an exchange of information between advisor and client.
What do I need to bring to the initial consultation?
At the initial consultation, no documentation is required, as generally speaking, work on your “numbers” will not begin until the second meeting, unless agreed to beforehand by the advisor and client. If, however, you would like to have documents available for your reference (not for the advisor to collect), a list of documents can be found on the LAST page of the Dumont Wealth Confidential Questionnaire. Also, if at making the appointment it is decided that you will likely begin looking at your numbers, the advisor will forward the Dumont Wealth Confidential Questionnaire to you with instructions on what is required.
How can I make, change or cancel a meeting?
It is suggested that to make an initial appointment, please call Dumont Financial directly. By calling, you and an advisor will be able to clarify expectations and discuss potential dates. Once a time is chosen, an email confirmation and/or Calendar invitation will be sent. Please “Accept” the meeting so it is officially confirmed on both calendars. To change or cancel, please use the Calendar invitation. Our policy is a 48 hour change/cancellation notice (except for emergencies) to give you and the advisor time to reschedule. Thanks for your assistance with this policy.
Is there a list of Dumont Wealth clients that I could speak with?
If you are looking for firsthand experience from a Dumont Wealth client on how we have helped them achieve financial peace of mind through comprehensive planning and full disclosure, please request a referral from your advisor. Referrals are available on an individual requested basis.
Where is the office located?
The office is located at One Rockefeller Plaza, 11th Floor. Please bring a picture ID with you for the security desk.
What safeguards are in place at Dumont Wealth to protect my investments from Madoff-type and other scams?
First, Dumont Wealth uses only registered investment products. This means that third party regulatory agencies (SEC, SIPC and the MSRB) supervise all products where your money is placed through Dumont Wealth. In addition, Efficient Wealth Partners is an Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) registered firm. For more information on how the SEC, SIPC and the MSRB protects you as an investor, please see their websites
How can I view my account online?
Because Dumont Wealth works with a number of third party money managers and financial product providers, please contact your advisor directly for specific instructions on setting up your account(s) for viewing. Insurance accounts including life, disability, long term care and health – some carriers allow you to view your account live. Many do not. Please contact your advisor for your specific policy viewing options.
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Centrally located in Manhattan at the famed Rockefeller Center Plaza, a trip to our office can easily be combined with a little site seeing , shopping, dining or a show. When scheduling your appointment, save a little time before or after to enjoy the area.
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