From Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Aaron Parthemer’s skill and expertise in financial services have culminated in him founding his business, PMG Private CFO Services, where he’s currently serving as President.
As a CFO (Chief Financial Officer), Aaron works as the senior executive who is responsible for managing the financial actions of a company or – in his clients’ case – an individual as a Private CFO. CFOs are responsible for tracking cash flow and financial planning alongside analyzing the financial strengths and weaknesses experienced by the individual or organization and then proposing a remedial course forward.
Through his career, Aaron Parthemer works with professional athletes, primarily NFL players, to ensure their tax needs are being met while also serving as a one-stop-shop to fulfill their needs, from purchasing them homes and cars to paying their bills and stocking their ponds, on occasion.
At PMG, Aaron’s goal for the business that the rest of the team embodies is ensuring that everyone on the team is working together towards the same set of goals through airtight communication while providing an in-depth tax plan and overseeing the preparation of Federal and State tax returns for their clients.
Aaron Parthemer earned his undergraduate degree at Muskingum University before continuing his education at The Wharton School, where he earned his degree in Finance and Financial Management Services, working towards becoming an Executive Financial Advisor.
Outside of his career, faith is a huge aspect of Aaron’s life and one area that – while it remained a part of his life throughout – has recently become a much more impactful area of his existence. As a religious man, Aaron Parthemer knows how meaningful your relationship with God can be. He attributes his faith and spirituality to his wife, who saw the need in him to reconnect with his faith and guided him along the path. When things in his life were going awry, his wife approached him with her concerns that, unless he repaired his relationship with God, he wasn’t going to be able to pull himself out of what he was going through. It was here Aaron realized that she was right; he couldn’t do everything on his own, and he needed some help from above. He reconnected with a Deacon at the local church who became his mentor and guided him back into his faith.
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Much of the contemporary treatment for anxiety involves Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), medication, or both. While this approach may be beneficial for some, others feel as though there is something lacking. Spirituality may just be that missing puzzle piece. Barbara Markway Ph.D. addresses the spiritual component in an article titled “4 Powerful Ways Spirituality Can Ease Anxiety and Depression,” in Psychology Today. She outlines a few ways it can assuage anxiety.