Like many Financial Advisors, Denny Goforth aims to help simplify and improve his clients' lives. Often, however, his clients end up with more work to do than when they started. That's because after retiring from fulfilling and prosperous careers, many choose to keep working—doing what they never thought they could “afford” to do: starting their own businesses, volunteering full time, or taking on humanitarian jobs.
While it is Denny's clear and objective financial advice that helps his clients turn their personal successes into comfortable retirements, Denny defines his success by his ability to help clients pursue their lifelong passions. Above all, Denny seeks distinction and balance in his life; constantly striving to be the best father, husband, friend, and advisor that he can be.
Denny was born in Anaheim, CA, and raised in northern New Jersey before moving to Maryland to attend the University of Maryland, some 28 years ago. Despite an unimpressive high school record, Denny became the first person in his family to attend or graduate from college and also paid for his own education. His daughter, Emily Mae, is currently a passionate freshman at The University of Arizona, majoring in Psychology and involved in multiple campus clubs and organizations. Emily is a twin to her brother Benjamin, who is currently a freshman at the University of Maryland, studying Cell Biology and Genetics. Denny lives in Olney, MD with his wife, Sarah, and their remaining youngest child, Nicholas, who is a high school Junior, and their two dogs, Buddy and Enzo.
Areas of interest on campus:
- Increasing his involvement with the University
- Spending more time in Tucson
- Connecting with other like-minded parents.