Transitioning from The Marines to The Financial Industry (ep 24)

If you believe that following the guidelines leads to better results, then Pete Gutekunst is the financial planner you have been looking for.

As a Marine veteran, Pete understands the value of discipline and looking at finances strategically. In this episode, Pete shares his advice with people interested in joining the military, active service people, and veterans, discussing how they can leverage their armed forces experiences in both their personal and professional lives.

Pete discusses:

  1. How and why, Pete got into the financial industry.
  2. Financial strategies for service people.
  3. Life lessons from The Marines that Pete lives by.
  4. Advice and resources for young people entering the military.
  5. And more!


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