Kevin Thelen is a Financial Advisor who supports employers who want to provide their employees with an opportunity to prosper beyond their working years.
Kevin believes a successful 401k plan meets the needs of the owners and encourages a culture of financial success with employees, all while limiting fiduciary exposure and administrative responsibility to the business.
Helping others live a more purposeful life with their money is Kevin's most important measure of his success. He feels most accomplished when he has created a positive impact on the life of another.
Kevin has been an educated, active, and accomplished member of the industry since 2005. Kevin holds a BA in Economics from Seattle University (2006). He earned the industry's top designations, including the CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNERTM designation in 2009 and the Chartered Financial Analyst® designation in 2013. The Financial Times recognized Kevin as a top financial advisor in 2015 and 2016. Kevin is a past board member of the Sacramento chapter of the Western Pension & Benefits Council and the Capitol Forum on Pensions. Additionally, he has been an industry speaker, covering topics about behavioral finance, investment theory, and ERISA compliance.
Living a life of balance between his wife, two daughters, career, and cycling is how Kevin expresses his financial freedom. He hopes to encourage others to live their balance.
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