Quinton, Terri and I hope everyone had a prosperous 2014 and is enjoying the Holidays with their family and friends. We appreciate the support all of you have shown to us in 2014 as we finish our 11th year at Ables, Iannone, Moore & Associates. Here’s hoping that 2015 is the best year ever for you and your family.
Jeffrey A. Iannone has over 20 years of experience in the financial services industry. He joined SunTrust Bank in 1991 and later moved to Bank of America as an Assistant Vice President. In 1998 he founded Iannone & Associates, Inc., an investment advisory and tax preparation/planning firm where he served as President until transitioning to fee-based asset management in 2001. In 2003, along with two partners he formed Ables, Iannone, Moore & Associates, Inc. where he serves as President and Chief Executive officer. Iannone holds Series 65 license through Ables, Iannone, Moore & Associates. Iannone graduated from Auburn University with a B.S. in Finance and subsequently obtained a Masters of Science in Personal Financial Planning from Georgia State University. He recently served as Chairman of the Finance Committee and Secretary/Treasurer of the Board of Directors for Benedictine Military School in Savannah, GA. Currently Mr. Iannone serves on the Board for Coastal Victims Assistance Services a group that supports victims of tragedies such as fires or other disasters. Iannone is also actively involved as a volunteer and coach for youth sports programs with the City of Savannah, Chatham County, and Blessed Sacrament Catholic School. He founded and is current head of the Blessed Sacrament School Booster Club. He was named the 2006 Coach of the Year by the Coastal Georgia Soccer Association. In 2007, Iannone was named one of the Savannah Business Report & Journal's 40 under 40, a listing of Savannah's influential young business leaders. Mr. Iannone was the 2009 recipient of the Colonel Koszewski Award presented by Benedictine Military School. Mr. Iannone is the youngest ever to receive this award, the school's highest honor, which recognizes an alum for volunteer service to the school.