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The Thrivent Approach

Our approach starts with you: Your needs. Your goals. Your values. We’ll guide you to create a financial strategy that reflects your priorities when it comes to saving, spending and sharing your money.

The financial principles and pyramid below are important elements in our mission to help you have a healthier relationship with money and make wise money choices.

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Financial Principles

Research shows that people who follow these five financial principles – which reinforce wise planning and generous living – are more likely to have a healthy relationship with money. Regardless of your life stage or your income level, these principles are part of our ongoing conversations about being financially healthy.

Spend less than you make

Spend less than you make

Be wise with debt

Be wise with debt

Protect yourself against setbacks

Protect yourself against setbacks

Have a short- and long-term plan

Have a short- and long-term plan

Give back

Give back

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Financial Pyramid

The financial pyramid offers a four-step road map to help you plan for, reach and celebrate financial milestones. The pyramid is an important part of helping you understand and take ownership in your financial journey.

We'll start by having a one-on-one conversation to determine where you are on your financial journey today, and what your priorities are for the future. Step-by-step, we'll work together to help you navigate to the top of your personal financial pyramid.

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Cash value is the investment component of permanent life insurance that builds over time, allowing you to borrow against it.

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