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Meet our Expert Review Board

Our subject-matter experts fact check every article across the Due Retirement blog.
To ensure we’re putting out the highest content standards, we sought out the help of certified financial experts and accredited individuals to verify our advice. We also rely on them for the most up to date information and data to make sure our in-depth research has the facts right, for today… Not yesterday. Our financial expert review board allows our readers to not only trust the information they are reading but to act on it as well. Most of our authors are CFP (Certified Financial Planners) or CRPC (Chartered Retirement Planning Counselor) certified and all have college degrees.
Learn more about annuities, retirement advice and take the correct steps towards financial freedom and knowing exactly where you stand today. Learn everything about our top-notch financial expert reviews below.

Daniel Cotter is an attorney with an expert in Annuity and Insurance Law. He graduated #1 in his class from the John Marshall Law School in 1994.


He is currently the Attorney on record for Due. He is an expert and insurance regulatory and corporate governance including privacy.

Kiara Taylor is a financial writer and Research Analyst. She is an expert at rick based modeling having worked in the finance vertical for the past twenty years. She has a Masters Degree in Finance from Ohio State and has worked at Fifth Third Bank, J.P. Morgan and Citi in emerging markets and equity research.
John Boitnott graduated from UC Santa Barbara with a Masters Degree in Education. He worked for 10 years as a Broadcast News writer for NBC News where he covered finance and business. He covered financial news for SAP for four years. Boitnott now working as a columnist for The Motley Fool where he covers personal financial and investing strategies.
Deanna Ritchie is a writer and editor at Due and several other sites. Specializing in content marketing, SEO, productivity, and helping others gain better financial insights.

John Rampton is the founder and CEO of Due. He is an expert at finance and enjoys helping people find their purpose in life while not worrying about money the whole time. John has a philosophy in his life and business: 1 in every 10 people you help will help you back. 1 in every 100 people you help will turn into a financial relationship. 1 in every 1000 people you help will turn into a multi-million dollar relationship over time.

John Rampton

John Rampton is an entrepreneur and connector. When he was 23 years old while attending the University of Utah he was hurt in a construction accident. His leg was snapped in half. He was told by 13 doctors he would never walk again. Over the next 12 months he had several surgeries, stem cell injections and learned how to walk again. During this time he studied and mastered how to make money work for you, not against you. He has since taught thousands through books, courses and written over 5000 articles online about finance, entrepreneurship and productivity. He has been recognized as the Top Online Influencers in the World by Entrepreneur Magazine, Finance Expert by Time and Annuity Expert by Nasdaq. He is the Founder and CEO of Due.

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