Joshua Haas is a financial consultant who focuses on helping individuals, businesses, and families learn how money works. He understands that people work hard for their money and sacrifice a lot to reach their dreams.
He strives to help them put more money back in their pocket while educating them to better understand finances and inspires them to invest for their future.
Joshua was born and raised in Wisconsin Rapids, WI. Joshua’s family owns a lumber yard where he enjoyed spending time as a teenager helping customers, learning work ethic, and understanding how to run a successful business. After graduating from high school in 2006, he attended North Dakota State University to pursue a construction management degree.
Due to the 2007-2008 housing crisis, he determined that a career in this degree was not the choice for him and after transferring to the University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point, graduated with a degree in American Studies with an emphasis in global economics. He began working at Joerns Healthcare in Stevens Point, WI as a Failure Investigator.
Through his careful eye, he saved the company over $250,000 and was honored to receive the 2012 Stevens Point Employee of the Year Award. Joerns Healthcare moved operations to Dallas, Texas in the fall of 2012. Enjoying his outdoor activities and being close to family, Joshua decided not to relocate to Texas, but found employment at Greenheck Fan Corporation in Wausau, WI as a Quality Coordinator until he resigned in 2014.
While continuing to look for different avenues to educate and inspire families and businesses, Joshua decided that he would join the team of financial consultants at Titletown Financial Services in 2015. As a financial consultant, Joshua enjoys looking for different ways to help families better understand ways to benefit their financial future.
Joshua reflects on the 2008 financial crisis and its effects on how we live our lives and how our communities have been changed. Stores and factories have closed their doors, friends and family have lost jobs or moved for work, and we have felt unsure about our country’s financial stability.
Even with these hard times, Joshua has faith in our American mindset of moving forward and continuing to reach our goals, no matter what the circumstances. He wants to be a part of the movement and help people reach their financial goals.
“Together we can reach those dreams, but first we have to be educated on the financial industry and create a plan to reach those dreams.”
Joshua married his best friend, Alyssa, in June of 2014. They have a 6-year-old black lab, Mya. He enjoys spending time in the Wisconsin outdoors and with his family.