Motivated to Achieve and Serve
Jessica knows that planning for the future can be daunting. She believes you will not find a financial professional who will care more about you and your family, or who will be more deeply committed to working toward the realization of your goals. Jessica does not view the clients she works with as "just another account" She counts them as one of her valued friends with whom she owes her loyalty.

There are far too few people willing to make and keep commitments. But, with Jessica Jacques , you have come across a relationship that is very different from what you may have come to expect from most financial professionals. She strongly believes in making goals, sticking with them for the long-term.
 
Jessica is committed to working toward the realization of your goals.

 

Jessica began her career with Fidelity Investments in 1996, three years later she moved to Smith Barney. She made the change because she wanted to help individuals plan for retirement and make a difference in their lives. She realized her goal of helping individuals just like you, successfully plan for their retirement. In 2004 her creative and independent side surfaced again. She made the decision to join LPL Financial, the leading independent brokerage firm in the nation (based on total revenue, as reported in Financial Planning magazine, June 1996-2010) and opened an office with Darren Boyer under Boyer Retirement Group.



Jessica has two sons, Zachary and Mason.
She enjoys spending as much time with them as she can.

She understands her responsibility to continue to improve herself and her knowledge of the ever changing market conditions. Jessica Jacques achieved the prestigious certification of CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ (CFP ®) in the fall of 2006. Individuals certified by CFP Board have taken the extra step to demonstrate their professionalism by voluntarily submitting to the rigorous CFP ® certification process that includes demanding education, examination, experience and ethical requirements.

Jessica tirelessly looks for new opportunities that can benefit the retirees she serves. She recognizes that knowledge – not fear – will reap rewards for you and your family.