Eric Seyboldt is an Educator with Financial Education Partnership, one of the largest and fastest growing 501(c) (3) nonprofits in the country.
Eric Seyboldt has been an advocate for clients of the financial services industry for nearly 20 years, providing advisory services to families and businesses throughout the country. Helping community members in all stages of retirement planning, Eric has performed hundreds of interviews and seminars over the years and is dedicated to assisting those who don’t want to risk running out of money during their retirement. He continues to educate current and future retirees on crucial topics impacting them today, including the hidden fees they’re paying, risk management, tax liabilities and common mistakes made while investing in the Wall Street casino.
Eric’s focus on income planning strategies for future retirees ultimately lead to him being the co-creator of Income Perspectives, a software package designed to educate employees on how to maximize retirement income streams. His Product Development expertise also drove a project that built an industry-first product that is currently being used by thousands of financial advisors across the country to provide retirement income security to their clients.
Eric currently holds a BSBA from the prestigious Fisher College of Business, with a major in Finance, from The Ohio State University as well as a Master of Business Administration from Ashland University. He is also actively pursuing the Certified Public Accountant designation. Eric and his wife, Margo, have two handsome sons, Manny and Luke. Eric enjoys volunteering at his church, playing golf, boating, fishing, motorcycling and coaching his kids’ sports teams.