Daniel L. Prosser, Financial Advisor with Prosser Financial Group has 35 years in the financial services industry. He founded Prosser Financial Group in 2005. A former high school teacher, Dan is passionate about educating clients on their best financial strategies. He earned a bachelor’s degree and a Master of Education degree from the University of Missouri. Dan first learned the importance of hard work and sound judgment while growing up on a farm in southwestern Missouri. He believes in a common sense approach to solving problems because nowadays “common sense is not all that common.”
A CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional since 1999, Dan has extensive experience working with clients on their individual planning needs. His quality service earned him the honor of being named a Five Star Wealth Manager by St. Louis Magazine three years in a row in addition to being featured by Forbes magazine as “One of the Leading Wealth Managers of the Central United States.” Dan also holds FINRA Series 6, 7, 24, 63 and 65 licenses.
Dan and his wife of more than 40 years, Nikki, have two sons, Zach and Christian, and are active members of the Incarnate Word Parish where Dan is involved with the Knights of Columbus. Dan is also involved with the St. Louis Planned Giving Council, the Missouri University Alumni Association, and the Financial Planning Association®. In his free time, Dan enjoys sailing, skeet shooting and horseback riding.
In addition, Dan is the St. Louis consultant for the Donor Motivation Program – a national organization assisting nonprofits with limited budgets in the development of successful planned giving strategies. Dan and his wife, Nikki, have experienced the tremendous impact that nonprofits have on families. In 1999, their son, Zach, spent months in hospitals following a serious injury. Zach is a quadriplegic and lives independently in Florida today because of what he learned through a number of powerful nonprofit organizations.
When Dan learned about The Donor Motivation Program®, he decided that this was a way to have a positive impact on his community utilizing his skills. You can learn more about Dan’s work with the Donor Motivation Program by liking the following Facebook page