Tom Kim

Financial Advisor



Welcome to our site! We are glad you are here.

Our role as our clients’ trusted advocate is to motivate our clients to make informed, healthy decisions that set them up for a lifetime of financial security. With a focus on education rather than sales, we create an environment in which our clients are heard, understood and educated long before a strategy is reached.

Whether you are a client looking to access your accounts, a prospective client doing a little homework on our practice or you just stumbled upon our site in hopes of learning a thing or two, we hope that the content here helps you to:

  • Uncover useful information for medical professionals and small business owners that will help you make informed decisions about your wealth.

  • As a resident or young physician, we hope that you connect with us to learn more about the simple steps you can take to lay the foundation for financial security.

  • As an established physician or active member of the medical community, we hope that our expertise provides value in how to manage the busyness of your life without neglecting the personal care you deserve.

  • Discover who Tom Kim is and what impact he and Northwestern Mutual can have on your financial plan.

    Please don't hesitate to reach out for any reason. We would love to get to know you. You can give Tom a call on his office line or email him at


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