Marty Limb

Profile of Marty Limb

Marty Limb is the Director of the Midwest Operations for the Foundation for Financial Education, one of the largest and fastest growing 501(c)(3) nonprofits in the country.

A financial professional since 1976, Marty Limb has over three decades of experience guiding people through the various wings of the economy towards the retirement they envisioned. As a baby boomer himself, and facing the same issues “My mission” he says, “is to bring clarity and simplicity to retirement planning.”

Marty helps bring clarity to retirement planning by taking the time to educate his clients about their financial options. He is also been a guest speaker at many retirement planning events from the East coast to the West coast. Through education and the application of sound financial principles, clients are empowered to play an active role in maintaining their lifelong financial well-being.

In addition to the kind of in-depth knowledge that comes from over 37 years of professional experience, Marty’s ability to help his clients stems from education. Marty studied business from Missouri State and has maintained a vigorous program of ongoing education to stay current with the latest financial strategies. His education and experience have made him a multi-faceted professional capable of helping clients with not only retirement planning but estate planning, long-term care options, and other financial issues as well.

Marty has served as a paid consultant too many banks in Missouri, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Iowa, and Kansas to provide retirement income strategies and plans for individuals and business owners.

Due to his professionalism, Marty has been honored by his peers with membership in the Million Dollar Round Table, considered the standards of excellence in the financial services industry. An even greater tribute to him is his loyal following of clients. His practice continues to flourish thanks to clients recommended him to friends, family members,  and business associates.

Marty Limb

Director of Midwest Operations
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