Invested in the Community, Invested in Your Future
Invested in the Community, Invested in Your Future
Invested in the Community, Invested in Your Future
Invested in the Community, Invested in Your Future
Invested in the Community, Invested in Your Future
Invested in the Community, Invested in Your Future

Long Term Health Care Planning Services for Mansfield, OH

When you retain Lincoln Financial Advisors, you benefit from financial planning and personal service unparalleled in the industry. We take the time to fully understand you and your needs. Then we provide you with the information, advice and alternatives you need to make informed decisions about your financial future.

  • We provide solutions and alternatives, but each client makes the final decisions about their own financial future.
  • Each financial plan is systematically reviewed to ensure it remains consistent with the client's long-term goals and objectives, and is aligned with our changing world.
  • Each client receives confidential, highly customized, personal service.

Abundant intellectual capital is one of our greatest strengths. Our firm's resources are managed nationally, but deployed regionally and locally. Because we provide a deep level of expertise and resources, our financial planners receive consistent, high quality functional support that enables them - and ultimately you - to receive the best thinking our firm has to offer.

We utilize a team approach - anchored by our highly skilled advisors, who are responsible for managing all pertinent aspects of financial planning. Additional support is obtained, when necessary, from local and national teams that consist of industry specialists who have strong technical backgrounds in all areas of financial planning. This business model allows our financial planners a high degree of autonomy so that they can focus solely on assisting clients in helping towards meeting their financial goals.

Some needs are solved with financial products. Objectivity is the key to our process. Our open architecture platform gives our financial planners access not only Lincoln products, but also gives access to insurance from other companies, private money managers, mutual funds managers, exchange traded funds, individual issue stocks, bonds, TIPS, public and private REITs, as well as fixed and variable annuity contracts.

As a company, we believe in providing our clients with clarity and solutions to help meet their needs. We believe that long-term relationships are more important than short-term gains, and will never sacrifice the former for the latter. Conviction in what we do; the courage to get our clients to take action; competency based on continuing education and training; bringing national resources together on a team that will benefit each client; and communication that builds understanding and trust - these are the key qualities of the commitments we make to each of our clients.

So if you'd like to create, preserve, protect and transfer your wealth, the partner of choice is clear: Lincoln Financial Advisors.

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Our Location

Cleveland Financial Group

108 North Main St., Rear Building
Mansfield, OH 44902
ph: 419.522.4333
fax: 419.522.3303
chuck.hahn@lfg.com

Latest News

Financial and Economic Brief - September 19, 2017

• August Retail Sales Fell More Than Expected - According to The Commerce Department, U.S. retail sales fell 0.2% in August, more than forecasted, suggesting “moderation” in consumer spending in Q3.

• Gas Prices Coming Down… Slowly - Prices jumped 32 cents a gallon in two weeks as refineries in the Houston area were closed.

• Northrop Grumman to Buy Orbital - U.S. defense contractor Northrop Grumman Corp said on Monday it would buy missile and rocket maker Orbital for $7.8 billion in cash.

Financial and Economic Brief - September 12, 2017

• Gas Prices Rise after Harvey - After Hurricane Harvey the average price of gasoline rose, prompted by oil refinery closures..

• ARAMCO IPO Still on Track - Saudi Arabia is still on track to sell part of its oil company ARAMCO on the stock market in 2018 despite changes to its economic revival plan.

• BP Files for IPO - British energy company BP filed for an initial public offering of its pipeline assets in the U.S.

Financial and Economic Brief - September 5, 2017

• August Auto Sales Down - According to Autodata, auto sales totaled 16.14 million in August, down almost 2% from last August.

• Lego to Cut jobs - Lego announced that it is cutting 1,400 jobs, or 8% of its workforce, as part of a “broad overhaul” of its strategy.

• Gasoline Prices Rise, Dollar Weakens - According to Fed Governor Lael Brainard, since inflation is falling “well short” of its target the Fed should be careful about raising interest rates until it is confident that prices are moving higher.

Financial and Economic Brief - August 29, 2017

• Durable Goods Orders Fall - New orders for key capital goods rose more than expected in July, and shipments surged, pointing to an acceleration in business spending early in the 3rd quarter.

• New Sanctions on Venezuela - An executive order was signed on Friday barring U.S. citizens and banks from buying new bonds from the Venezuelan government or its state oil company Petroleos de Venezuela.

• Gasoline Prices Rise, Dollar Weakens - U.S. gasoline futures rose to 2-year highs while an already weak dollar fell to a 16-month low on Monday as Tropical Storm Harvey hit the U.S. energy sector & raised concerns about the economy.

Financial and Economic Brief - August 22, 2017

• Debt Ceiling Increase - According to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, the U.S. government will raise the debt ceiling and avoid defaulting on its debt.

• European Stocks Gain - European stocks broke a losing streak on Tuesday, adding to gains in other markets and advanced by rising commodity prices.

• Fed Divided Over Inflation in July - Minutes from the Fed meeting in late July show Federal Reserve policymakers were worried about inflation, but for two opposing reasons.

Financial and Economic Brief - August 15, 2017

• Eurozone Industrial Output Down - According to the Eurostat statistics agency, industrial output across the 19 countries that make up the eurozone fell in June, likely illustrating the “export-sapping” impact of the rising euro.

• Consumer Prices Rise Less Than Expected - According to the U.S. Labor Department, U.S. consumer prices rose less than expected in July rising only 0.1%.

• All S&P Sectors Higher - Wall Street opened higher today, all 11 major S&P sectors, as investor sentiment was lifted by easing tensions in the Korean peninsula.