Location: Mead Public Library, The Rocca Room, 710 N. 8th Street, Sheboygan, WI
This presentation will highlight the main financial habits of millionaires in the United States and how these habits helped these individuals become millionaires. What kind of vehicles do millionaires drive? Where do they shop? How do they invest their money? This presentation will answer these questions along with providing those who attend practical ways on how they can start building these same habits.
Sponsored By: Lakeland University
Brett Killion, Associate Professor of Accounting, Lakeland University
(920) 565-1000 ext. 2282, Email: KillionB@lakeland.edu
Brett Killion, a CPA, joined the Lakeland faculty in 2012. He is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where he earned both his bachelor's degree in accounting and Master of Accountancy degree.
Winner of Economics Wisconsin's Excellence in Teaching Economics and Financial Literacy Award in 2009, Killion oversees the accounting curriculum at Lakeland and serves as the site coordinator for Lakeland's Voluntary Income Tax Assistance Program (VITA). He is also heavily involved in building relationships with area employers and establishing internship opportunities for Lakeland students at many of the area's world-class companies.
Killion recently developed all of the lecture-replacement videos for Pearson Higher Education's two introductory accounting textbooks – two of the leading college-level accounting textbooks in the nation. His videos will be seen by accounting students across the nation.
Before coming to Lakeland, Killion was a business education instructor at Luxemburg-Casco High School (Luxemburg, Wis.). Prior to that, he was an adult education accounting instructor at Concordia University (Grafton, Wis.). Killion's professional work experience includes one year as an auditing associate at Grant Thornton, LLP.