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Cathy Gumbiner

Cathy started in the insurance industry in 1999. Learning from some of the industry greats at Prudential, LifeUSA/Allianz and Thrivent Financial, she was able to have the opportunity to talk to literally thousands of clients, agents, as well as several marketing organizations across the country. As a licensed and certified CE instructor, she has conducted hundreds of seminars, webinars and workshops on topics surrounding financial literacy. Cathy’s experience has equipped her with all of the necessary skills to align the appropriate opportunities and education for each individual player, their families and the general public. Her passion for sports, specifically Minnesota Vikings football, and learning about the physical and financial problems of the retired athletes - was what brought the idea of Hall Of Fame Financial to light. Her many connections with advisors and insurance carriers as well as athletes and celebrities helps bring connections to support the mission of creating educational tools and partnerships that will enable people to live out their lives without outliving their income. Cathy lives in Chanhassen, MN and has three wonderful sons; Keaton, Austin, and Mason. With a family background deeply embedded in the armed forces, Cathy supports causes that help the military vets suffering from PTSD and Traumatic Brain Injuries. Spending time with family and friends up at the family cabin near Hayward, WI, is where you will find her most weekends in the summer months.
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Guest blog: Family Business - Generation to Generation

Family businesses that manage to survive generation after generation leave not only a family legacy, but also the potential for tremendous wealth. For example, Walmart is presently the largest business in the world in terms of revenue, earning more than $500 billion in 2018. When the founder Sam Walton passed away in 1992, he left his retail empire in the hands of seven heirs. 

Guest blog: Invest In Your Business

According to an analysis by the Economic Policy Institute, the median working-age couple has only saved $5,000 for retirement, and 70% of couples have less than $50,000 saved. Considering retirement can last 30 years or more, having a solid savings plan is crucial to everyone’s well-being and long-term happiness – both yours and your employees.

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