Did you know that the best time to buy a home is usually in late summer or in the fall? According to Zillow, most new listings hit the market in April. However, demand is also highest then, so you may pay a premium price for a >
August 24, 2021
Finding the right Outsourced Chief Investment Officer (OCIO) for your organization is key to a successful partnership. In our new whitepaper, OCIO Matchmaking: A Relationship Guide for Non-profit Organizations, we share our >
August 17, 2021
Today is National Book Lovers Day, and KF Advisors celebrates our love of reading and strong support for literacy and education. We asked KF Advisors bibliophiles for their current recommended reading and have listed below some >
August 9, 2021
Opening ceremonies for the summer Olympics are set for Friday, July 23rd at Olympic Stadium in Tokyo. Individuals and teams from all over the world will compete for the coveted gold, silver, and bronze medals. Reaching the >
July 21, 2021
Ah, summertime, the heart of what is commonly regarded as “wedding season.” This year, most in the industry expect an even busier summer for nuptials, as many couples originally scheduled to get hitched in 2020, postponed >
July 16, 2021
Insurance should be an integral part of your wealth plan to help protect you, your family, and your assets. In honor of National Insurance Awareness Day, which is Monday, June 28, here are some tips to make sure your insurance >
June 28, 2021
After a year in close quarters, many Americans are ready to travel again. Some are staying close to home, perhaps heading to nearby lake or seashore destinations. Still others are heading further afield, even to other countries. >
June 24, 2021
The definition of a family has evolved significantly in post-World War II America. A century ago, the idea of “family” conjured up an image of a husband and a wife (both in their first marriage) with children. Fast forward to >
May 21, 2021
In honor of Small Business Month, we salute the vital role that business owners play in our country. Small businesses, or companies with less than 500 employees, made up over 40% of the nation’s GDP as of 2014, according to the >
May 14, 2021