Tim Martin


After graduating from the Goizueta Business School at Emory University in Atlanta with a finance degree, Tim Martin has been infinancial services ever since. After winning the Greater Atlanta Rookie of the Year Award for New York Life, he has gone on to expand his business to include fee-based financial planning. A current and qualifying member of the Million Dollar Round Table* as well as a President’s Council and District Agent, Tim has shown success in planning for his clients. He is a Fellow with the Life Underwriters Training Council and member of the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors.

NAIFA-Atlanta Chapter awarded Tim as a Top Advisor Under 40 for 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017.

He is a member of the 2014 Leadership DeKalb class and member of the 2013 MS Society-Atlanta Chapter Leadership class.

Tim is very active in the greater Atlanta area. He teaches Sunday School and is an Elder at Clairmont Presbyterian Church, belongs to the Decatur Rotary Club and is a board member for the Rotary Foundation, and sits on the board for the Decatur Business Association where he was the 2015-16 President. He is currently a candidate for City of Decatur Commissioner.  Tim is married to Melanie, who is a 3rd grade teacher. They also have a daughter and a son.

For more information about Tim and the services provided by Timothy Martin & Associates, please call 770-934-7511 or email him.



Show Appearances:

October 29, 2017

May 10, 2014:  Tim introduces Timothy Martin & Associates and explains the services they provide, and how much of a cash reserve is necessary when contemplating buying a home.


Tim outlines the pros and cons of paying off a mortgage early, the differences between pre-tax and post-tax investments, and how to structure a balanced financial strategy.


April 27, 2013: Tim explains what a financial advisor can do for businesses as well as individuals and families.  He explains factors homeowners should consider before paying a mortgage off early. Tim discusses 401Ks, the difference between pre-tax and post-tax investments, and the need for diversified assets.