I have been assisting pre-retirees and retirees in North Carolina since early 2001. I currently host “Better Living with Bryan Gaiser” on 94.5 WPTI, The Piedmont’s Talk Station, on Saturday mornings from 10:00-11:00 a.m. On my radio broadcasts, I discuss conservative retirement strategies, and I’ve taught many people how to help protect and preserve their assets, increase their retirement income and reduce their taxes–with an added focus on living a more balanced and better life.
I earned a bachelor’s degree from East Carolina University in 1989. Since then, I have attained professional distinction as a “Million Dollar Round Table” (MDRT) member. MDRT is an elite, independent association honoring less than 1 percent of the world’s life insurance and financial service professionals. It is internationally recognized as the standard of excellence in life insurance sales and financial services. I achieved the prestigious “Top of the Table” status in 2011, the highest ranking given by MDRT, for demonstrating exceptional professional knowledge, client service and ethical conduct.
As an Investment Advisory Representative, I am Series 65 licensed to conduct securities analysis and qualified to make investment recommendations. I am also an independent insurance agent and real estate broker. My real estate career included working for a large real estate auction firm, where I gained vast experience in settling estates, which included many different types of real estate and high-end personal property.
Settling an enormous number of estates gave me the experience to position myself as a professional helping to protect and preserve assets that people have worked hard for years to accumulate. In early 2001, I turned my focus toward helping pre-retirees and retirees move their retirement funds out of the volatile stock market and into accounts that can create income streams to help keep them more comfortable throughout their retired years.
I am a member of the Ebenezer Lutheran Church and actively involved with our congregation’s youth. Family is very important to me and I have been privileged to live most of my life in Greensboro, North Carolina near my late parents and siblings. I feel that strong relationships with my family have enhanced my ability to understand and serve retirees.