Kathy J Sanchez, CLU®, ChFC®

Financial Advisor

Many people look back on their lives with regret; not for the things they have done, but for the things they have left undone. They find they are more successful than they thought they would be and saved less than they intended. They find themselves in situations that are more complex and less predictable than they anticipated.

That is where I come in. I take the time to get to know you and your preferences. I can help you anticipate and prepare for the best—and worst scenarios. The relationship I establish with you enables me to focus on your needs—what you want for your family and what you are currently doing.

2007 Northwestern Mutual Annual Report spotlights Kathy Sanchez

Kathy Sanchez and her clients, Jeff and Jirina Pfeil, were chosen to be featured in the 2007 Northwestern Mutual Annual Report. Learn More.

My Mission

As a Northwestern Mutual Financial Network Representative, I look first to understand your vision for the future. It says a lot about you. And like you, your vision is unique. So is my approach to helping you shape it and attain it.

Simply put, my mission is to help you secure your family's or business's future and protect what's important to you.

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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 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