Peter Dunn (a.k.a. Pete the Planner), is responsible for some of the most cutting edge ﬁnancial advice around. Whether he is preventing high income earners from wasting their opportunities or teaching single parents how to raise ﬁnancially adjusted children, Pete the Planner always arrives to the scene with his trademark comedic wit.
He released his ﬁrst book, What Your Dad Never Taught You About Budgeting, in 2006 and is the host of the popular radio show The Pete the Planner show on 93 WIBC FM. He was also the mastermind behind 24 Hour News 8’s 60 Days to Change and has appeared regularly on Fox News, Fox Business, CNN Headline News and numerous nationally syndicated radio programs.
His second book, 60 Days to Change: A Daily How To Guide With Actionable Tips to Improve Your Financial Life was released in December of 2009. His third book Avoid Student Loans, was released in January 2012.
Peter was named one of “Indy’s Best and Brightest” in ﬁnance in 2007 and media in 2009 by KPMG and was declared one of NUVO magazine ’s “30 under 30 to Watch in the Arts” for comedy (back when he was young and funny). He won an Indiana Broadcasters’s Association Award in 2011 for the program he created, 500 Ways To Save. Peter was
awarded the Distinguished Alumni Award by Hanover College in 2012.
When not wrapped up in writing or dabbling in broadcast, Pete the Planner enjoys cooking and spending time with his wife, Sarah, and his, daughter, Ollie.
Aaron Martin is a recent honors graduate of the Indiana University Kelley School of Business. He based his strategy in the book from his experience in being awarded several major scholarships. He majored in Finance and Entrepreneurship and after college was selected as an Orr Fellow where he worked in the software industry. Currently he is the founder and CEO of AFM Enterprises, a fast-growing service company with hundreds of customers, and in a post-bachelor pre-med program following his dream of becoming a doctor. He lives in Carmel, IN.