New to Financial Planning
Pre-Retirement & Retirement
Each stage of life has its own set of challenges:
Recent graduates face the question of what to do in the next stage of life. Do you go to college, pursue a trade, start to work, become an apprentice or start your own company?
Maybe you’ve just started your career path and are trying to figure out how to pay off student loans, how to build a cash flow plan to manage your household finances, save for retirement or see the world through travel.
Getting married and starting a family creates another set of challenges. How do we come together to talk about finances? How do we save for a vacation? How do we begin saving for college? How do we afford to buy our first home? How much will I need for retirement? What are the best ways to invest my retirement savings?
Getting Started With
Written Cash Flow Plan
The foundation to any plan is to have a written cash flow plan. The cash flow plan simply allows you to allocate every dollar that comes into your plan. This does not mean that we recommend you spend each dollar, but simply give it a name so that you can better track where you spend your money. Working with our partners we help you in developing a well-defined cash flow plan designed around your income while considering the goals you have set.
Debt can become a major obstacle in your financial plan. According to a recent LendingTree article the average US household with at least one type of debt owed about $144,100 in 2018. That totals to more than $14 Trillion – a figure nearly equal to all the money currently in American banks and in circulation that these Americans collectively owe lenders. Knight Wealth Advisors works with our partners to develop plans to help you get out of debt so that you can start saving for your goals.
Building Your Nest Egg
Once you are ready to begin saving for retirement there are many ways to start. Should you use mutual funds, stocks, exchange traded funds or annuities? I’ve heard about a Roth IRA, but I don’t know what it is or how it works? Should I pay for advice or should I just do it on my own? Our approach helps you know what you own and why you own it. We specifically tailor your investment approach to your stated financial planning goals. Our process is fully transparent, professionally monitored and reviewed with you every step of the way.
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