Alden Armstrong

An Authorized Infinite Banking Practitioner in Flagstaff, arizona

Life & Legacy Strategies
Flagstaff, arizona 86001
Phone: (928) 607-3173

Alden Armstrong is a Financial Professional at PS&G Financial Partners and the founder of Life & Legacy Strategies, a business dedicated to helping clients evaluate their present position and assist them in planning a lasting and predictable financial future. Through strategic a partnership with BetterWealth Solutions, Alden is able to serve clients in all 50 states.

Alden is a Practitioner of the Infinite Banking Concept, a Lifetime Income Process Practitioner, and a Life Insurance Producer in multiple states. Through the use of a Virtual Family Office, Alden approaches personal and business finance from an analytical and process-oriented perspective, giving visions and goals the strategies needed to come to fruition. He believes that with the proper planning and systems in place, everybody can reach financial independence and live the life they love while creating a legacy and a platform for future generations to do the same.

Married in 2018; Alden was on track to go to medical school when he discovered a passion for financial education and real estate investing, which he now does full-time. With a Bachelor’s degree, an Associate’s degree, and other certifications, Alden has a zeal for learning and is always expanding his knowledge to help his clients.

Alden and his wife, Jennifer, live in the mountains of Northern Arizona, where they are active in their church and community with their 1yr old daughter Ellie. Alden pursues an active lifestyle and is an avid rock climber and cross-fitter.

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