William Braddy, CFP®, a wealth manager with Kraft Asset Management, LLC, has earned the prestigious Certified Exit Planning Advisor (CEPA) designation after completing the Exit Planning Institute’s intensive program. William joins an elite group of business advisors worldwide who have received this designation. Dana Holmes, CEO of our affiliate, 2nd Generation Capital, LLC, also earned the CEPA designation earlier this year.
Planning for your death is not the most enjoyable process. Unfortunately, bad things can happen if you don’t. One never knows when tragedy will strike; when it happens, it’s too late to start planning. Getting your affairs in order is advisable for everyone.
The following rules can help investors build and adhere to a well-designed investment plan. These guidelines may be instrumental in giving investors the best chance of achieving their financial goals.
The reality is that no one has any idea what new and unforeseeable circumstances are in store for us in 2017 and beyond.
Of the new year, celebrated Victorian poet Alfred Lord Tennyson said, “Ring out the false; ring in the true.” So in that spirit, we pose two questions: 1) Do you feel wealthy? 2) Do you feel “well-thy”?
If you suddenly received $10 million and the diagnosis that you had only 10 years to live, what would you start doing? What would you stop doing?
Whatever your political views may be, it’s fair to say that speculation about the upcoming presidential election has been running rampant in the press and among pundits from both sides of the aisle. So it’s really no surprise that the financial media are debating how the nominees, the race itself and its outcome will affect […]
Britain’s decision to exit the European Union has brought with it all the expected trappings of a significant news event — projections of crazy market volatility, wild headlines and a fair dose of uncertainty about the long-term impact on the global economy and our individual financial lives here at home. Many questions immediately arise as […]
Developing the right investment plan is among the most important decisions a prudent investor faces. Just as a second opinion regarding important medical decisions can provide reassurance, a review of your existing or proposed investment plan can be a great benefit to you and your family.
On April 6, the Department of Labor (DOL) published the final version of the conflict of interest rule it proposed in April 2015. The new regulations require those who advise on retirement savings plans to adhere to the “fiduciary standard” that our firm has long held dear. Because we’ve always been fiduciaries, these regulations won’t […]