Kevin Raftery
Kevin Raftery

Kevin RafteryFinancial Consultant

Address

16700 S. 80th Ave.
Tinley Park, Illinois 60477
US

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Additional Service Locations

4101 West 183rd Street
Country Club Hills, IL 60478
US

About Kevin Raftery

Licenses and Accreditations

Series 6, 7, 63, & 65 held through LPL Financial and an Illinois Life and Health Insurance License along with Disability and Long Term Care Certification.

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Financial Consultant Kevin Raftery, with First Midwest Financial Network, offers access to a wide range of financial products and services. He enjoys working one-on-one with his clients to build relationships that last a lifetime. Kevin helps each one of his clients plan realistic financial goals by educating them about their options.

Whether you are looking to establish a new investment plan, or enhance your current plan, let Kevin create a strategy to help you pursue your financial objectives with the products and services available through LPL Financial
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