Personal Financial Planning
Keith Fevurly is a full-time, non-tenure track senior lecturer in finance. He is licensed to practice law in the States of Colorado and Kansas and previously held Securities and Insurance licenses in the State of Colorado. He has conducted an active and ongoing estate planning practice in Colorado since 1987 and an investment advisory practice since 2003.
He has written several consumer books on personal financial planning and investments, as well as proprietary textbooks for Kaplan University on investments, income tax planning, retirement, and estate planning. Fevurly has held the CFP designation since 1986 and has been involved in financial planning education ever since (he is very well know in the financial planning profession). He teaches not only personal financial planning courses at MSU Denver but also corporate finance, most notably managerial finance for all business students.
His approach to teaching can best be described as iterative, believing strongly in teaching the basic building blocks of the finance discipline and expanding on those basic concepts in applied learning. He also believes strongly in the mission of MSU Denver and, particularly, its commitment to diversity and education of those students of color and different ethnicity.