Dave Rowan

CFP®
Investing, Small Business, Lifestage Based Planning
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“Dave Rowan, CFP®, is committed to helping business owners, career changers and people nearing retirement navigate their wealth transitions with confidence and financial security.”
Firm:

Rowan Financial LLC

Job Title:

Founder, President

Biography:

Dave Rowan, MBA, CFP® is the founder of Rowan Financial, LLC.  His mission is to enable his clients to achieve a future that is even brighter than their past and present.

 Dave primarily attracts clients who are contemplating or experiencing a career transition.  This includes moving from one employer to another while remaining in the same field, pursuing an entirely new profession, starting up a small business or embarking upon an encore career.  Dave provides his clients with the short-term guidance necessary to successfully navigate these often stressful transitions with more confidence and financial security than they had ever imagined was possible. 

 Dave transforms the lives of professionals and entrepreneurs across the country with his expertise through his free online newsletter and blog.  Each issue contains high value content that enables readers to make the most of their career transitions, not only from a professional development standpoint, but also in terms of their financial and personal goals.

 Dave is a Certified Financial Planner® and is also a member of the Financial Planning Association® (FPA®).  His background also includes a BS degree in Chemical Engineering from Penn State and an MBA from Lehigh University.

 Dave is a sought after expert in the financial news media.  He has been featured in various online publications including US News & World Report, NASDAQ.com, The LA Times, Yahoo! Finance,  Investopedia, and The Christian Science Monitor.

 Dave grew up in the Lehigh Valley of Pennsylvania and has lived in the area for most of his life.  He currently resides in Bethlehem with his wife Stacy and their two daughters.  He loves walking and hiking in nature, football, lacrosse, yoga, reading, writing, shopping at local farmers’ markets, eating healthy food, an occasional battle on Clash of Clans, and bringing positive energy to his work and his relationships with family and friends.  

Education:

BS, Chemical Engineering, The Pennsylvania State University
MBA, Management of Technology, Lehigh University

Fee Structure:

Fee-Only

CRD Number:

5553570

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January 2017
    Career / Compensation, Retirement Savings
April 2017
    Investing
April 2017
2 weeks ago
    Retirement Savings, Starting Out
March 2017
    Estate Planning, Retirement

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    Personal Finance, ETFs
When am I charged for an ETF expense ratio?
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Thanks for this question. The expense ratio is continuously charged and is reflected directly within the price of the ETF.  You will not see this charge listed as a separate fee on your statement.

As an example, let's say that you purchased one share of an ETF that was trading at $100, with an expense ratio of 0.25%. Let's also say that you held it for a year and that it increased in value by 7%. If there were no expense ratio, the price of the ETF at that time would by $107, reflecting your entire 7% gain. However, the price you'll see is $106.75, reflecting the 0.25% expense ratio charged for the year.

Hope this helps!

With Kind Regards,

Dave

December 2016
    Investing, Stocks
What market or stock is going to provide an immediate return?
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October 2016
    Career / Compensation, Financial Planning, Exit Strategy
Should I stop working?
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September 2016
    Banking, Financial Planning
What are the pros/cons of using a taxable investment account?
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September 2016
    Financial Planning, 401(k)
Should I pay off my mortgage by withdrawing from my 401k?
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July 2016