Dax has worked in financial services for over 20 years. After earning his B.A. Economics with a Concentration in Banking and Finance from the University of Texas at Austin, he began his career with ADP in Dallas. There he advised middle market businesses on workflow, tax reduction and 401k plan strategies. In 2009, he followed his calling to build a practice that would allow him to help families navigate and succeed in their financial lives. Dax enjoys working with successful people who want to grow and preserve what they have worked so hard for. His clients include Executives, Business Owners, Financially Independent Women and Professionals with variable, high upside incomes (law partners, commercial real estate and high-level sales).
Personally, Dax tries to keep up with his three daughters’ performances, sports activities and occasional drama. When his schedule is his own he likes to golf, hunt, fish and make magic on his big green egg.
Dax joined forces with his wife Amber to form Seale Wealth Management and provide a truly holistic financial planning experience. “There is a big difference between a Broker that picks stocks or mutual funds and an Advisor that practices Financial Life Planning”, Seale said. “We pride ourselves on being the conductor of our client’s financial lives. Taxes are a huge concern, so we work in concert with our client’s tax and legal advisors to create a blueprint designed for success”.
Dax has been very active in the community. He previously served on the Board of the North Dallas Chamber of Commerce and currently he serves on the Boards of the Park Cities YMCA and C.A.R.E. He is also an active member of Highland Park United Methodist Church where he serves on the Global Outreach and Dad’s Advisory Committees. A lifelong learner, Dax enjoys memberships in the Dallas Estate Planning Council and the Financial Planning Association of DFW. “Amber and I both have a passion for helping people with the work we do,” said Seale. “We are truly grateful for the opportunity to serve in so many different ways.”