Tim Mauer was visiting a friend at his office in downtown Baltimore,and prior to lunching, he introduced me to a few folks at his office.When we poked our head into the first office, he turned to Tim and said, “Well, you’re involved in so many different things … how do you introduce yourself?” Tim answered with the first thing that came to mind. “I’m a husband and a father.” Isn’t it interesting that when most people ask who we are, people usually answer with what they do?
Tim’s vocation as a financial planner, educator and author is to help clients, students and readers connect who you are to what you do … with your life, in your family, in your career and through the commodity with which you interact the most, your money. It is this personal approach that he brings to your event and your audience. Tim loves the art of communication, and he has had the privilege to work on his it in a number of forums. His television appearances include: CNBC, ABC’s Nightline, WUSA Channel 9 (CBS in DC), WBAL-TV (NBC in Baltimore) and Fox 45 (in Baltimore). He also joined his friend and colleague, Drew Tignanelli, as the co-host of Money, Riches & Wealth, a financial radio program on WCBM 680 AM in Baltimore. He also has had the opportunity to contribute to his other favorite financial shows, the NPR program, Marketplace. His name has been referenced in numerous papers and periodicals, including The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Baltimore Sun, Kiplinger’s Personal
Finance, U.S. News & World Report and Money magazine.
Tim is a Certified Financial Planner™ (CFP®) with Financial Consulate, a fee-only, comprehensive financial management company. He taught the Fundamentals of Financial Planning course for aspiring business students at his alma mater, Towson University. He also co-authored with the best-selling author of The Ultimate Gift, Jim Stovall, the book The Ultimate Financial Plan (John Wiley & Sons, 2011) that was written for the consumer, and approved by the Certified Financial Planner™ Board for use in the classroom.
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