Through his executive and consulting career, Jim Yockey has recognized the value of, and now focuses on, fee-based money management services. He uses risk-managed financial strategies for individuals and business owners using a comprehensive approach for enhanced solutions. Jim coaches clients in making informed decisions and guides them through implementation.
With more than 30 years of experience in the financial services industry, Jim applies his knowledge to helping individuals and business clients make informed decisions using a comprehensive, client-centered educational approach. With a desired combination of analytical and coaching skills, he recommends tailored, practical solutions, explains complex issues, and guides clients toward their goals.
Jim focuses on fee-based money management services because this model more closely aligns clients’ goals with his: to help protect his clients’ hard-earned money while working diligently to help grow it. Jim seeks to bring investments, insurance education, retirement and estate and tax planning into one financial plan to help maximize efficiencies and minimize gaps that can leave clients under-prepared and under-protected. He also seeks input from tax advisors, insurance agents, attorneys, and other professionals to enhance the integrity of the plan over the long term.
He is registered with FINRA (Series 7, 63, and 65) and is licensed to provide life insurance, in states listed in disclosures.Jim also holds an M.A. in Psychological and Brain Sciences (2006 - 2018), an M.S. in Human Resources & Organization Development from the University of Louisville (2019 - 2021), at Capella University a PhD Industrial & Organizational Psychology (2006 - 2018), a B.A. in Management and Economics from the University of Phoenix (1994) and the University of Texas at El Paso (1969), and was awarded the Certificated CFP® professional Education Program (1987).
Moreover, Jim has published three books, his latest (Playing With Your Mind-Manage your brain, change your game) which is on the mental game of golf, and two on financial planning (Money Moves and Road Map to Wealth).