Have you ever told yourself  "I wish I would have planned for this?" Life can be a series of unexpected and unplanned events that leave you planning reactively instead of proactively.  Your financial success, security and future legacy should not be determined by these events.

Financial success doesn't happen by chance. It has much more to do with choice. Transforming aspirations into actuality takes hard work, discipline and strategic financial planning.

When it comes to your financial goals, each decision you make and action you take will have a significant impact on your future financial circumstances. A good financial blueprint will lay out what you need to do today to achieve your goals tomorrow.

This is where I come in. Let me help you design your blueprint to ensure that your financial future is all you want it to be.

The Northwestern Mutual Difference

Backed by the strength of Northwestern Mutual, I will provide you with a balanced approach to achieving your goal of financial security, assuring that your intentions have been understood and your needs are being addressed.  When it comes to implementing solutions, the full capabilities of Northwestern Mutual are leveraged to provide you with exclusive access to a comprehensive variety of products and services.

 

Jeffrey A Bean

Financial Advisor

Social Security Won’t Be Enough: 6 Reasons to Consider an Income Annuity

Learn how you may be able to save less to meet your retirement income goals, keep up with inflation, and create guaranteed retirement income that never runs out.
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When is it a good time to take on debt?

When you want something such as an education, a new car, a new TV, or a home, it’s not uncommon to take out a loan or even use your credit card. In this month’s Ask the Financial Expert column, our experts weigh in on the topic and discuss “good debt versus bad debt” and how debt as a whole affects our economy.

Research Reveals “Financial Realities” for Americans Today

Following the global financial crisis, Americans have embraced a distinctly more conservative approach to their finances, and widened the timeframes in which they expect to achieve financial goals, according to research by Northwestern Mutual.

Financial Realities Study: Changing Timeframes