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Domenica Mills, FPQP®Client Relationship Manager

Domenica Mills, FPQP®

Client Relationship Manager

Domenica joined the Cornerstone team in April 2019 after working in healthcare for over 17 years. In her role as Client Relationship Manager she addresses client calls and emails, processes investment applications and paperwork, monitors the account transfer process, and answers account questions.

In the Spring of 2020, Domenica completed the coursework and passed the exam required to earn the Financial Paraplanner Qualified ProfessionalTM designation. Coursework for the FPQP® designation covers the financial planning process and the practical applications related to the five disciplines of comprehensive financial planning - estate, tax, retirement, insurance, and investments. The final examination tests the ability to synthesize complex concepts and apply theoretical concepts to real-life situations. In addition, all designees must complete 16 hours of continuing education every two years in order to renew their designation, have agreed to adhere to the Standards of Professional Conduct, and are subject to a disciplinary process.

A Sioux Falls native, Domenica and her husband, John, love spending time at the lake, being with family and friends, traveling, and trying new restaurants. 

Getting to Know Domenica

Favorite outdoor activity: Anything in or around water that doesn’t involve bait.

 Domenica's plans for retirement:  Travel, be a beach bum, and probably a variety of volunteer work.

 One important skill Domenica thinks everyone should have:  Be able to cook a good meal for loved ones.

If Domenica could turn ANY activity into an Olympic sport, she would have a good chance at winning a medal for: Bargain shopping!

If you could make one rule that everyone had to follow, what rule would you make?  Always be kind to others.

Financial Paraplanner Qualified Professional™ and FPQP™ are registered service marks of the College for Financial Planning® and are awarded to individuals who successfully complete the college’s initial and ongoing designation requirements.