Nichole Coyle CFP®, CSLP®


Beginning my career as a Financial Advisor in 2010, I have continued to advance my education over the years. Most notably, earning the CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™️ designation. I specialize in helping medical professionals and those with state and federal pensions (such as fire/medics, police, and FAA employees) to eliminate debt, build real wealth, and leave an impactful legacy.

When I first started college, I thought that I wanted to be a teacher. I quickly realized that while I had a passion for helping and educating people, I wasn’t meant to work in a school. Meanwhile, I was learning the hard way how to manage my finances and started learning more about personal and small business finance.

After some searching, I found my calling as a financial advisor, helping others to intentionally and effectively manage their money. I worked with a large, nationwide firm for several years, and while I am grateful for all that I learned there, I found I could make a more powerful impact as an independent financial advisor. This realization eventually led me to join teams with the Firefighters Community Credit Union. Over the years, I have enjoyed helping members work towards and achieve their financial goals.

Giving back and serving are very important to me. I have served on the board for Kent State University Stark County Alumni and volunteered with Maranatha Bible Church, Girl Scouts of America, Cleveland Angels, and Sufficient Grace Ministries.

Additionally, I am a huge book nerd! I love reading everything from historical fiction to sci-fi to non-fiction. I am deeply enamored with learning and love this quote by Alexander Pope in “An Essay on Criticism” (1711): A little learning is a dangerous thing; Drink deep, or taste not the Pierian spring: There shallow draughts intoxicate the brain, And drinking largely sobers us again.


English, American Sign Language


Financial Planning


Kent State – BA, English
The American College of Financial
Services – Certified Financial Planner


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