Dan Vansingel

Dan Vansingel




As a graduate of Aquinas College where I earned a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Business Administration with a minor in Accounting, I have always enjoyed the financial industry. While balancing school and extracurricular activities I managed to integrate the financial world into my spare time as well. As a Student of Free Enterprise (SIFE) where I was a member of the Financial Literacy Team, I learned from my early college years the practical application of many of the resources I had learned in the classroom.


Aside from this, I was most notably on the college Baseball team. Physical Activity has always been a large part of my life and in my spare time I can be found often times still on the field doing slow pitch softball, golfing, or taking long walks through parks and trails with my wife and our dog. I enjoy travel, spending time with family and friends, and my wife and I often enjoy volunteering our time in various local events and fundraisers.


I have been in the financial services industry since 2011. Throughout that time my focus has been providing the highest level of financial advice and client experience possible. I strive every day to give my clients the tolls and confidence they need to achieve their financial goals.




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