DFS Partners LLC is solely owned and operated by Matthew D'Alto. Since 1994, Matt has worked in the financial services industry as both a full-time professional and as a part-time freelancer offering third-party outsourcing services to large and small companies, for a variety of clients and project types.
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Matt brings decades of experience and strong educational background in the areas of personal and corporate finance as well as investments. He also has been a financial writer, editor, and designer of finance-oriented newsletters,...
Since 1994, Matt has worked as a full-time and freelance professional for large multi-billion dollar financial services companies as well as smaller entrepreneurial firms. Matt has written, edited, and proofread a wide variety of materials for finance-related newsletters, blogs, and other marketing content.
Matt has freelanced for financial services companies such as Standard & Poor's and Bloomberg, among others. General topics that Matt has previously written about, edited/fact-checked, and proofread include (but are not limited to): a.) Personal Finance 101 for consumers; b.) Understanding investments and risks (no specific investment advice); c.) Income tax strategies; d.) Retirement and estate planning strategies; e.) Corporate marketing content and "ghostwriting" for specific financial products and services; f.) General financial/economic outlook or communication pieces with customers. Matt is an expert in using Microsoft Excel to create spreadsheets for both functionality and presentation as a complement to his written content, or separately for more complex tasks such as financial analysis, forecasting, debt amortization schedules, etc. Matt also has experience with creating blogs and website content with an eye on search engine optimization (SEO).
Matt also has always been a avid photographer, but since 2014 has been offering his expertise as a service to others. Services include portrait, special event, and real estate photography. Matt owns a state-of-the-art...
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