Kenneth L Hume

Financial Representative

Financial security is often a major objective in each of our lives. You try to do what's right for those you care about, but the wrong financial decision can often undermine the best of intentions.

Whether you are concerned for your own financial needs or those of your family or your business, Ken Hume can help you identify your needs and provide solutions.  Ken Hume has over 30 years of experience in advising Business Owners, Corporations, Attorneys, CPAs and Trust Officers on matters relating to Business Life Insurance, Executive Benefits and Estate Planning.

My Mission

Ken Hume is a Financial Advisor with the Northwestern Mutual Financial Network. The Network's mission is to develop enduring relationships with clients by providing expert guidance for a lifetime of financial security. Ken Hume uses a four-step approach in working with his clients to understand complex financial issues, and how they can affect life goals — whether a client is working to achieve current financial success, or to protect and preserve assets over the long-term.
Knowledge is power, and my site has over 250 articles that you can access from the Resource Center Link.  Here you will find information on many topics including insurance, college funding, medical tests, career changes.   I hope you will find this information helpful. 

Please feel free to call (239-676-2907) or e-mail (ken.hume@nm.com) me with any questions.

 

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