Resources

Figuring Out if You Should Retire (copy)

Sure, having enough money is an important part of the retirement equation, but there’s much more to consider as well. Wealth Advisor Connie Brezik tackles four questions to ask and answer before you take this step. By Connie Brezik, CPA/PFS, CFP®  Anyone considering retirement, or who has retired in the recent past, understands that there …Read More.

A Successful Small Business Start-Up

As any small business owner knows, there’s a lot to running a company. To be successful, writes Wealth Advisor Connie Brezik, you’ll want to learn what you need to know before you open your doors. By Connie Brezik Small businesses are the backbone of this country. People with great talent and ideas form businesses they …Read More.

The Foundational Aspects of Planning Your Legacy

Elliot Dole covers some foundation aspects of legacy planning, which often being with defining common values and shared beliefs. By Elliot Dole Families who have determined that they’ve accumulated more wealth than they expect to spend in their lifetimes often approach legacy planning looking primarily for tactical help and technical expertise. They may come to …Read More.

The Fear of Offending

Wealth Advisor Connie Brezik offers some tools for finding your voice and overcoming the fear of offending a loved one when aging or diminished capacity make a difficult financial conversation necessary. By Connie Brezik We often let things go, even to our detriment, to avoid offending someone. This fear of offending can keep you in …Read More.

A Second Quarter Review of 2019 ‘Sure Things’

In his latest quarterly review, Larry Swedroe tallies up how 2019’s “sure thing” market and financial forecasts have fared through the year’s halfway point. At the start of 2019, I compiled a list of predictions that so-called financial gurus had made for the upcoming year, along with some items I heard frequently from investors, for a consensus …Read More.

The Historical Imperative for International Diversification

Don’t allow relatively short periods of performance to influence long-term investment strategies. Larry Swedroe looks at how home-country bias and recency can imperil proper international diversification. I’ve been getting lots of questions about the benefits of international diversification. The questions are variations of “Why do I want to own these poorly performing investments that also …Read More.




Our Offices
©2019 KEB Asset Management