Mark W. Just CFP®
President and Founder
As President and Founder of The Just Company, Mark Just has helped thousands of investors build and maintain their wealth. His family of clients includes physicians, business owners, retirees, and executives of Fortune 500 companies. He specializes in empowering retirees to maximize their income, enhance their quality of life, and leave a meaningful legacy for future generations. With over 30 years of experience, Mark draws on an extensive background in the financial services industry. Having formerly hosted the Fox News radio program, “Your Money, Your Life,” he has appeared on CBS television as an expert in his field and has also authored several articles for newspapers and trade journals.
Mark graduated with honors from Kent State University, where he earned his Bachelor of Business Administration degree in accounting. A longtime CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ (CFP®), Mark was named a Five Star Wealth Manager* in Indianapolis Monthly Magazine, a designation reserved for advisors with the highest level of client satisfaction. Only a small percentage of wealth managers in the industry are eligible for this award.
Mark is a frequent lecturer at various groups, associations, churches, and corporations, including Eli Lilly, Conseco, Westinghouse, US Coast Guard, and Indiana State Teachers Association, among others. A founding board member of the Central Indiana Society of the Institute of Certified Financial Planners, Mark is also a member of the Financial Planning Association. Actively involved in his local community, Mark supports charitable causes like Wheeler Mission and works closely with his church through youth programs, mission trips, youth basketball coaching and more. Outside of the office, he looks forward to spending time with family, traveling, and playing chess.
*Five Star Award candidates are evaluated against 10 objective eligibility and evaluation criteria such as client retention rates, client assets administered, firm review and a favorable regulatory and complaint history.