Tom Mosley is an educator with Financial Education Partnership, one of the largest and fastest growing 501(c)(3) nonprofits in the country.
Tom is a 1998 graduate of Pepperdine University in Malibu, California, where in his MBA degree he majored in finance. He also earned a Masters of Theology degree from Dallas Theological Seminary in 1990. Tom was a pastor for over 20 years and served as Chaplin for the Permian High School football team featured in “Friday Night Lights”.
Tom specializes in working with retirees and those nearing retirement who want to help protect their principal and ensure that their money lasts – focusing on investments with low risk, low volatility and a high probability of returns. Seeing loved ones experience unnecessary loss and hardship in retirement has made Tom passionate about spreading financial literacy to aid in securing others’ financial future.
Tom has helped hundreds of employees from Fortune 500 companies such as Wells Fargo, Disney, and Edison, as well as multiple individuals from the Screen Actors Guild and other groups make wise decisions about their 401(k), pension plans and Social Security benefits after they retired or changed jobs. Tom believes being a faithful guide that clients can rely on is among the most important service Mosley Insurance & Financial can provide.
Tom lives in Placentia in Orange County where he has coached Little League, NJB Basketball, JUSA Soccer and Pop Warner football for many years, as well as serving as chairman of his church board. His hobbies include traveling and rooting for local sports teams.