At Yield Wealth, we are a third generation family farm and second generation wealth advisor dedicated to serving the needs of the rural and agri communities.
The “Y” in the logo stands for Yield Wealth. Yield meaning to produce and Wealth meaning abundance. Together the name Yield Wealth represents the idea that producing an abundance, of what matters most to you, will also yield quality of life.
The blue represents 3 intersecting rivers (Arkansas, White, Mississippi.) It represents life – always moving, ever-changing, understanding the one thing you can never get back is time. The rivers are a fixture of the regions where we live and work. The green and white surrounding the rivers – cultivated agriculture fields, standing timber and rural back roads – this is our culture, our livelihood, who we are.
The hexagon encompassing the logo:
Culture – Slow Down, Take Notice, Move Forward
Collective IQ – Investment Advisor, CPA, Estate Planner (client in the middle)
The Process – Prioritize, Organize, Simplify
What We Do – Where You Are, Where You Want to Be, A Road Map to Get There
Our Promise – Communication, Transparency, Respect
Our Services – Wealth Management, Investment Management, Essential Planning
We are uniquely positioned to serve people living in rural and agri communities, those linked to the land – farmers, agri-preneurs and landowners. Through our roots in multi-generational farming and wealth management, we bring a personal perspective and deep understanding to the needs and challenges our clients face.
Focused on building sustainable wealth, our mission is to bring clarity, stability and control to our clients and their financial lives. Together, we partner with our clients to create a solid financial foundation to grow, protect and distribute their wealth with a clear vision of the future.
Charles Kochel is the founder of Yield Wealth Management, Corp. Yield Wealth is one of the first benefit corporations in Arkansas. We believe that business can be used as a force for good, helping solve social and environmental problems. The opinions in this blog are not meant as investment advice and all inquiries should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.