I believe that through knowledge and discipline, financial peace is possible for all of us.
Why Jim Barnard?
If you're like me, you're striving to live life to the fullest. As a husband, father and grandfather, I know you want to protect your loved ones and build your savings to retire your way.
As a financial advisor since 1999, I've helped numerous families and businesses to enjoy life today while planning for tomorrow. I work best with Baby Boomers and their families, listening to their financial concerns, before offering logical solutions that benefits their own situation.
Let's have a conversation.
How I work
Insurance for Individuals
Savings and Income Plans for Individuals
You work hard for your money. Too hard to risk your savings on a “maybe” return on investment. Through the use of guaranteed products, you can lessen or eliminate that worry. I work directly with you, listening to your expectations and concerns. Together we tailor a plan that meets your needs.
Insurance and Savings Plans for Groups
Competition for good employees is huge. Finding the right employee and keeping the good ones is a major hurtle. Simply offering a competitive wage is no longer enough. I offer a complete range of group insurance and savings products to meet your needs.
Guarantees are important in today's world.
In fact, the sales person tries to sell you an "extended warranty". What does that mean? First of all, it means the manufacturers guarantee has little or no value. Secondly, it tells you that retailer doesn't trust the product(s) he just sold you and will not back them up. ...not like the old days.
Guarantees are important to me. The products and services we sell have guarantees. And they are free! Well not really, because we know nothing is free. However, you do receive a written contract that details exactly what your product or service entitles you to and there is no extra cost. I explain these guarantees to you in words you can understand and answer your questions.
If guarantees are important to you, maybe we should have a coffee and talk?