Brent Kessel

Brent Kessel, CFP, who was named one of the top wealth advisors in US, is cofounder of Abacus Wealth Partners. He has taught financial workshops in the US and Europe for over 12 years. He is the author of It's Not About the Money, one of Kiplinger's Top Five Business Books of the Year, and has appeared in the New York Times, Yoga Journal and on CBS and ABC News programs.

He lives with his family near Los Angeles, where he continues to deepen his decades-long yoga practice.

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