Chad Disbennett, CFP® is a nationally-recognized Financial Educator, Author, Speaker and Retirement Planner. You may have seen him in NBC, ABC, CBS and FOX network affiliates, as well as Columbus Business First, Business Courier, Wall Street Journal Market Watch, Yahoo Finance, and Wall Street Select, among others.
As the Creator of the WealthWithClarity Process™ and Co-Author of Retire Abundantly, Chad has been interviewed by James Malinchak, featured on ABC TV’s hit series, Secret Millionaire.
As founder and CEO, Chad and his team at Disbennett Wealth Management Group have been helping Business Owners, Executives, Health Care Professionals, and Women on their Own, learn how to preserve, protect, and pass on their wealth.
With a background in education, Chad created the WealthWithClarity Process to help his clients better understand the sometimes-confusing world of Financial Planning. He is a true financial “Coach” in that he thoroughly enjoys learning about his clients and their needs, and then finding the best strategies to fit those needs. As opposed to simply being an advisor, he is a true guide to his clients, and looks to form long lasting relationships.
Chad graduated from the College of Business at the University of Cincinnati, and then continued his education at Capital University in the realm of business education. He holds several securities and insurance designations, and completed the rigorous training necessary to become a Certified Financial Planner™ Practitioner.
As an NCAA Division I All-American in Track and Field, and a former AMA National Hillclimb Champion, Chad truly understands the meaning of hard work and commitment. He puts that same passion and effort into helping his clients each and every day.
Some of the activities that Chad enjoys are participating in Lancaster Rotary, supporting the local schools and their athletic programs, speaking, travelling, golfing, snowboarding, and exercising. More than anything though, Chad enjoys spending time with his wife Danielle who he happily married in 2001, along with their children, Danica and Cooper.