facebook twitter instagram linkedin google youtube vimeo tumblr yelp rss email podcast phone blog search brokercheck brokercheck Play Pause

Jaron Kissner

financial ADVISOR

“In my mid 20’s, I read a personal finance book for the first time. The contents of that book opened my eyes and sparked a passion in me that transformed the financial trajectory of my family. Fast forward a few years, and this passion has now led me to change my career path and pursue becoming a financial planner.

I feel blessed to be able to join The Wealth Group and work with a very talented, high-quality team of people. I can’t think of work that is more rewarding and impactful than being able to help our clients and their families achieve their financial goals!”



  • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and minor in Christian Studies from North Central University

Personal Interests

Jaron married his lovely bride, Jennifer, in 2016. Since then, they have added three children to their family: Vivienne (2019), Graham (2021), and Cooper (2023), as well as a Golden Retriever named Penny. They settled into their first home in Jordan, MN in 2021. As a family, they enjoy spending time with family and friends, visiting relatives in AZ, hiking, and being on the lake. They are also very involved at River Valley Church in Shakopee, where Jaron and Jennifer serve as deacons.

Jaron has recently become passionate about the game of golf and is striving to break 85. He also enjoys working out and watching the Vikings as they find new ways to lose NFC Championship games.

Questions for Jaron

What is the single best piece of advice you have ever received about money?

Pay off student loans as fast as possible.

What is your favorite book and why?

The Total Money Makeover by Dave Ramsey. It's the book that sparked my interest in personal finance, and it's why I'm at The Wealth Group today.

Where is the most interesting place you've ever traveled to?

I have been on mission trips to Uganda and Haiti. Both trips brought a shift of perspective and taught me to be appreciative for what I have.