Fred Young is a New Jersey-based banker who grew up in Wisconsin. Twenty-eight years ago he started as a broker. For the past 22 years he has been in the banking industry. Currently he is on sabbatical advising 501(c)3 organizations and start-up ventures. As the middle child of 14, Fred has been a keen observer of the power and the options that the understanding of money can provide. He joined the finance world at a time when mortgages were 20% and Reagan’s trickle-down theories were in full force. He has advised individuals and not-for-profits on how best to properly structure their savings plans and their assets from the commercial real estate scare of the early 90’s to the dot-com bust to Y2K, and all the good and bad in between.

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