Knepp Financial Blog

A simple cure for that risk

A simple cure for that risk This week’s article tells us “experts want you to start saving as soon as possible, no matter what amount you can afford to put away.” The first goal being to simply get into the habit of saving for the future because the future comes...

read more

Women and Retirement

Commentary: “At a time when COVID-19 is generating massive financial uncertainty for individuals, companies, and societies, an important new report from Bank of America examines the unique saving and investing challenges facing women. It marks the launch of a new...

read more

Federal Questions

Commentary: If you are a Federal civil servant employee and contemplating putting in your retirement papers this year, you may want to verify what your lifetime benefits will be, and how they are calculated. It isn’t just a question of age, which is how most of us...

read more

What does that actually mean?

Commentary: Have you ever found yourself in the middle of a conversation with a financial professional and realized you have no understanding of the meaning of the words he is using? We try to keep things simple around our office, and go to great lengths to make sure...

read more

Calculators and Calculations

Commentary: It always seems to be this time of year when clients begin to ask if they are on track for retirement. There are so many factors that go into answering that question, we thought to share with you several customizable calculators that will allow you to run...

read more

One Answer

Commentary: This week’s article references back to a topic we have been reflecting on over the past few months and that is the understanding that “retirees face a number of challenges to their financial security, including living longer and facing the danger of...

read more

Plan Ahead

Commentary: When we speak about retirement savings, we often talk about products that can provide an income stream you can’t outlive. However, there is something else that you probably should consider. If you plan on leaving some of your retirement savings to...

read more

Commentary: This week’s article tells us that retirement planning needs to change in this new year and that “it may be time to revisit traditional approaches to retirement planning. The pandemic and near-zero interest rates dramatically changed the environment”. The...

read more

Start the New Year off

Commentary: “Figuring out how much money you need to retire is like one of those word problems from high school that still haunts you.” This week’s article tells us that “The retirement equation isn't unsolvable, but it's not a precise calculation, either. You'll need...

read more

Holidays and Financial Stress

Commentary: Did you know that according to one 2019 survey roughly 48 million Americans were still paying off 2018’s holiday debt by the 2019 holiday season? Therefore, it shouldn’t be surprising that a more recent survey conducted this year by Goldman Sachs found...

read more