1. What to Look For in a Financial Advisor – Part 3

    Welcome to the third and final part of our blog series about what to look for in a financial advisor! In this post, we’ll look at the various emphases with financial advisors can focus on, and, of course, what their character is like at the core. What is Their Emphasis? The world of wealth managem…Read More

  2. What to Look For in a Financial Advisor – Part 2

    Welcome to part two of our blog series about what to look for in a financial advisor! In this post, we’ll focus on the ethics of financial advisors — it’s important to know their reputation, how they choose to be paid, and whether or not they’re registered as a fiduciary. What is Their Reput…Read More

  3. What to Look For in a Financial Advisor – Part 1

    There comes a point in every person’s life where the prospect of retirement becomes ever more clear on the horizon. For some people, this is a warm welcoming — these are people who have saved their whole lives who are wholly prepared to enjoy the final era of their life in bliss. However, for th…Read More

  4. Maximizing Your Social Security

    When it comes to planning your retirement income, it’s incredibly important to consider the social security benefits you’ll be earning. Unfortunately, it’s not as cut and dry as just relying on a given number — the amount of your social security benefits are determined by a number of factors…Read More

  5. Non-Financial Ways to Prep for Retirement

    At Kennedy Wealth Management, LLC, we have helped countless clients prepare financially for their retirement years. When you’re young and working, this should absolutely be a priority for you if you want to build a future where you can spend the final portion of your life in happiness and relaxati…Read More

  6. How to Teach Retirement Income Planning to Your Kids

    Retirement income planning isn’t like learning basic addition, riding a bike, or learning how to swim. These are all skills that are learned by virtually everyone at a young age, and once internalized, they are not forgotten. You’d be hard pressed to find an adult that couldn’t do those things…Read More