H Edwin Haller IV, CLU®, ChFC®

Financial Advisor

Ed Haller's Role as a Financial Advisor

Ed Haller is a financial advisor for the Pittsburgh Network Office of Northwestern Mutual. He works with his clients to discover their future goals and values, and then recommends innovative financial solutions based on his analysis.  Ed Haller values his clients' relationships as a long-term commitment to help protect them against risk and to help them achieve financial security.  He provides financial planning services to an array of individuals including business owners, executives, attorneys, doctors, accountants, and sales professionals. You can contact Ed by calling him at 412-288-2394 or emailing him at ed.haller@nmfn.com .

 

Client Information

Calculator: What is your Earning Potential? Use this interactive calculator to help determine how much money you might earn over your lifetime and how much it would cost to replace that income.

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What's New

Northwestern Mutual named one of "The 50 Best Companies to Sell For"
For the fourth consecutive year, Northwestern Mutual has been named one of "The 50 Best Companies to Sell For" in the November/December issue of Selling Power magazine. Learn more.

NEW Website: A Children's Guide to Handling Money Wisely.  A free, informational website for interested parents and kids who want to learn more about managing their finances.

My Mission

Ed Haller's mission is to build enduring relationships with his clients, based on trust, honesty and integrity (inherent characteristics of Northwestern Mutual.)  He provides strong financial solutions tailored to your particular needs and goals.  Browse these pages and see what Ed Haller can do for you today!

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10 Questions to Ask Your Home Inspector

Getting ready to make an offer on a house? Don’t forget to include a home-inspection contingency in your agreement of sale. Here are a few questions to ask your home inspector.

 

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