FINANCIAL ADVISOR, RJFS
LICENSED INSURANCE AGENT, K&A
I’m Tim, and I get the privilege of working with a handful of amazing business owners and families, diligent everyday people. Together, we take the complex world of financial planning, and we make it simple, and actionable.
I love this job (and probably tell people that too often), because while every opportunity presents new challenges, we get to find and address common themes. The business owner who is trying to transition his business to his daughter, the couple who wants to spend more time with grandkids, the doctor who is trying to balance high income and high taxes with the high expectations of buying into a practice, all while being a present parent. They all involve complexity, but at the heart of each situation is someone who wants the freedom of time, money, relationship, and purpose. And it’s in this intersection that we are honored to serve.
You’ve heard that experience is a great teacher, and I would agree. More than 15 years in construction taught me that the whole system must work together for anything to work at all, and a financial plan is no different. Teaching Spanish at K-State showed me that students and clients share a desire for achieving specific, measurable outcomes.
One of the strengths our team has is generational leadership. A significant part of my practice has been comprised of joint work with my dad, Mark Weddle, who has been a financial advisor with Keating & Associates since day one back in 1975. Mark, like many in leadership at Keating, has been an excellent source of wisdom and mentorship. Sometimes investors ask either out loud or in their minds, “if you were in my shoes, what would you do?” The benefit of our intergenerational teamwork is that for many clients, one of us is in their shoes, and we often are doing what we are recommending they do. We also believe that it’s important for our clients to know that they can expect continuity of service as we go through life together.
When away from the office, you can usually find me traveling or enjoying different experiences with my wife and our three kids. Otherwise, I tend to keep a good book close by, and a cup of coffee even closer.
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