Net Worth. Life Worth.

An Integrated Financial & Tax Consulting Firm

Minneapolis • Chicago


Paul Croft

Paul founded Croft Enterprises in 2008, during one of the worst economic times the United States has ever faced.  He felt it was the perfect time to start, if he could make it then (2008), he knew his company would be successful.  He thought the company’s “story” of getting started in 2008 would have a lot of impact when reassuring clients if concerned about the longevity of Croft Enterprises. He would reassure them that he knows what tough skin and survival is all about, the type of tough skin it takes to start a financial consulting firm from scratch in 2008, survive, and then thrive. Like the Rhino and their tough skin.

Paul loves witnessing and being part of the success stories of others!

Paul has a unique ability to make deep and impactful relationships.  He always has your best interest at heart and will work very hard for you.  When Paul started out in his career one of the things he contributed to his successes was his work ethic, he outworked everyone else.  He studied accounting & business at the University of North Dakota (UND) in Grand Forks, ND  and grew up in Two Harbors, MN.

Paul is a rare find in the financial services business.

Paul has been doing financial consulting for 15 years and is very good at what he does, he’s a true professional.  Paul is a very loyal, intelligent, and an excellent listener.  He subscribes to the philosophy if he helps his clients get what they want first, in return he will get everything he wants.

Paul lives in the Loop of Chicago and enjoys traveling!

Paul loves the Caribbean and really enjoys spending time in the Grand Cayman Islands. He is passionate about becoming a better person, setting goals, and accomplishing his personal, professional, and financial goals.  In October of 2005, he made a list of “57 things” he wanted to accomplish during his lifetime and has been able to accomplish 33 things off the list, as of today.


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