Gary Sirak, Financial Consultant
Gary Sirak received his bachelor's degree from Miami University of Ohio in 1973. He also attained his Charter Life Underwriter Designation in 1985 and his Charter Financial Consultant Designation in 1999. With over 30 years of experience, Gary has helped many family owned businesses to transition to the next generation.
Gary Sirak author of If Your Money Talked…What Secrets Would It Tell? Is president of Sirak Financial Services, Inc., a family owned business specializing in financial products and services. For more than 30 years Gary has consulted with entrepreneurs to build, grow, and maintain their businesses and helped family owned companies ensure success across future generations. Today the company is one of the most successful financial services companies in Ohio. Gary lives in Canton, Ohio with his wife and editor Linda.
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Posts by Gary Sirak, Financial Consultant:
The Gospel of LeBron
October 21st, 2014
Why Breakfast Could Be Your Most Important Meal
August 5th, 2014
How To Have An Amazing Christmas!
December 6th, 2013
Eliminating Limiting Beliefs Can Change Your Life
November 11th, 2013
How Much Money Do You Need To Save To Quit Your Job?
September 17th, 2013
Wealth Comes In Many Shapes And Sizes!
July 18th, 2013
The Magic Number
June 15th, 2013
How A Peppermint Patty Changed My Life
May 9th, 2013
Eight Financial Secrets That Could Change Your Life In 2013
March 22nd, 2013
The Tip Jar
February 21st, 2013
A Solution to the After-Xmas Spending Blues!
January 9th, 2013
Angels On The Streets
December 13th, 2012
What I Learned Waiting Tables
September 27th, 2012
A Financial Secret, Or The Rule Of 59
January 19th, 2012
Ok let’s get something straight. I do not personally know LeBron James, but I live in Northeastern Ohio and have had the pleasure of watching one of the greatest basketball players on the planet. I followed his [...]
The secret to fixing financial flaws may be sitting right next to you For the past 30+ years I have been involved with helping people establish positive financial habits. I discovered that there was one constant that [...]
There is no question that consumerism has made a significant part of Christmas all about shopping and that is ok, but how memorable have your holidays really been? Would you like to change all of that with a meaningful [...]
Eliminating limiting beliefs can change your life. In my book, If Your Money Talked… What Secrets Would It Tell?, I wrote a chapter dedicated to the topic of limiting beliefs. Limiting beliefs are negative thoughts [...]
How much money do you need to save to quit your job? That question was posed to me recently and I explained that there are multiple answers to this question. The most important answer is: do you have another job lined [...]
Last week a coach, mentor and friend passed away. At his funeral his granddaughter delivered a eulogy about her grandfather Nick Pallotta. She cited the Wikipedia definition of wealth and it contained the definition [...]
A friend of mine, Stefan Wissenbach, asked me what my Magic Number™ was. I thought about it and answered, 27. No, he said, not your favorite number but your Magic Number™. I guess my blank stare must have sent the [...]
This post could also be titled “Why you should answer the door when some little kid rings your doorbell.” Okay, so maybe the peppermint patty did not actually change me, but it sure had a huge impact on my [...]
Eight Financial Secrets that Could Change Your Life in 2013 It takes 21 days to form a new habit–and a whole lot of discipline! With that in mind I offer a few financial secrets that really work and are worth forming [...]
I am a coffee shop kind of guy. I like the aroma of fresh ground coffee, the music, the atmosphere, the people-watching and, I almost forgot, the coffee. My favorite drink is a mocha and I sample them whenever and wherever [...]
Facing Fiscal Reality OK, I roll back my timeline to when I turned 21 and attended my first legal-to-drink New Year’s Eve party. Actually I don’t really remember the party but I do remember waking up the next [...]
During the Great Depression a Christmas mystery occurred in my hometown of Canton, Ohio. A local business man, using the name of B.Virdot, placed a tiny advertisement in The Canton Repository offering those in need an [...]
Just last week I had a discussion with the parent of a recent college graduate The conversation quickly turned to the topic of his son not being able to find a job. He lives in Washington, DC, has a degree in communications [...]
The first day of class It is Monday, the first day of school and the eighth grade sociology teacher walks into class and puts his name on the blackboard and next to it the number 59 with a circle around it. He then proceeds [...]