Mike Mickelson, CLU®, CHFC®, has over 23 years of experience in the financial services industry. He is a current member of the Prime Capital Investment Advisors (PCIA) management team and serves as a specialist for the disability income and long-term care insurance product division. Mike also provides risk management and investment services to his clients throughout the Midwest region. Mike was born in Storm Lake, IA and grew up in Aurelia, IA. Upon entering the financial services industry, he went on to receive his industry credentials from the American College in Bryn Mawr, PA. His certifications include Chartered Life Underwriter, Chartered Financial Consultant and Chartered Leadership Fellow. Mike offers Prime Capital and its clients a wealth of knowledge and experience. He believes that everyone can benefit from financial planning assistance and welcomes the opportunity to work with people from all walks of life and in various financial positions.
Mike recognizes each individual’s planning needs are unique and strongly believes that there is nothing more important that doing what is right for each client’s personal situation. Prior to joining the firm, Mike served in management positions with two major nationally recognized insurance carriers. He has also served as President of the Kansas City National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors.
In addition to assisting individuals with their financial planning needs, Mike also works with business owners and high-net-worth executives to assist them with the needs of their company’s qualified retirement plans. Through PCIA’s Qualified Plan Advisors division and Fiduciary Complete program, Mike is able to offer comprehensive integrated fiduciary plan level and on-site participant level services. In addition, Mike is able to offer additional services such as Gap Analysis and “Do-it-for-Me” Managed Model strategies to plan participants who are looking for an alternative to traditional qualified plan assistance.
Mike and his wife, Deb reside in Blue Springs, MO. He and Deb have three grown children and four grandchildren. His hobbies include fishing, boating and landscaping. He is a member of Timothy Lutheran Church in Blue Springs, MO where he has served as Chairman of the Stewardship and Endowment Boards.