Jack Howley

Jack Howley

Entrepreneur and Independent Wealth Consultant

A recognized leader in the financial services industry

A recognized leader in the financial services industry, Jack Howley began his professional career in 1981 with The Guardian Life Insurance Company. In his first year with The Guardian, Jack was named “Rookie of the Year”. He was a perennial member of the “Top of the Table”, was a 31-time qualifier of Guardian’s prestigious President’s Council, and a 22-year Guardian Centurion Club Member. Jack was a Senior Sales Consultant and is a member of the Newark Chapter of the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors; the Monmouth County, New Jersey Society of Financial Service Professionals, has been a 28-time member of The Guardian’s “Executive Committee”. In 1995, Jack was elected by his peers as President of the 1995 – 1996 Executive Committee of The Guardian’s Leaders Club, the highest honor bestowed upon a field force member. His career has helped secure over $1 billion of security for thousands of businesses and individuals. Jack has been featured in various publications nationwide and has been a featured speaker domestically and internationally.

In The Media

Jack Howley discusses his career in financial services and provides advice regarding financial management, budgeting and investing.

When planning for retirement, many people understand that they should put more money into savings and diversify their portfolios. These relatively small moves can make a huge difference in whether a person saves enough for retirement, but often they are not enough to ensure that they can keep an equitable standard of living.

Many people want to leave a significant portion of their wealth and assets to their loved ones. They want to make sure that their family is taken care of and continue their living standards after passing on. However, many risk factors could affect an estate’s capability to hang onto its wealth. 

“Through the years, I’ve learned a lot about people, about myself, and that there are some things you just can’t control.  I think I’ve gained a greater appreciation of spirituality.  You have to give it all to God and just be appreciative of where you are in life…”