Audra G. Parsano FPQP®

  • Audra grew up on a small horse farm outside of Macomb, Illinois. She is very close to her sister who lives in Colorado, which gives her the best excuse to take some amazing vacations out there!
  • She graduated from Western Illinois University with an Accounting Degree and a passion for learning and helping others.
  • In college, she met her now Husband, Aaron, and together they moved to the Quad Cities. Here they started their family! They have two young sons, Harrison and Carter.
  • Audra enjoys spending most of her time happily chasing her boys, keeping them out of trouble, and in her free time she helps out at a local horse facility.
  • Audra received her Financial Paraplanner Qualified Professional™, FPQP® designation through the College for Financial Planning.



He is our yellow tabby cat - and yes, he looks just like the cartoon!

Favorite Food

I haven't found a dish I don't like!

Favorite Music

I love the old school Country from the '80s & '90s

Best Vacation Spot

I go as often as I can. I love the mountains, the history and all the activities.

Favorite TV Show

This is my go-to show! I love the drama, the sets, the writing, and the history they add to the story.

Fun Fact
I am a hot-air balloon enthusiast

My grandmother was a founding member of the hot air balloon festival in Macomb, IL and I have been a part of that community since I was 6 months old!

*Individuals who hold the FPQP® designation have completed a course of study encompassing the financial planning process, the five disciplines of financial planning, and general financial planning concepts, terminology, and product categories. Additionally, individuals must pass an end-of-course examination that tests their ability to synthesize complex concepts and apply theoretical concepts to real-life situations. All designees have agreed to adhere to Standards of Professional Conduct and are subject to a disciplinary process. Designees renew their designation every two years by completing 16 hours of continuing education, reaffirming adherence to the Standards of Professional Conduct, and complying with self-disclosure requirements.