Financial Advisor Insights

Here's How You'll Know It's a Good Time to Invest

The COVID-19 outbreak has affected us all in some way at this point. If you’re lucky enough to be bored but employed, you might be wondering whether it’s an opportune time to put money in the stock […]

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Should You Keep Investing Through a Recession?

There's a lot we know about the current state of the stock market, but we can only make an educated guess as to where the economy goes from here. Both are sobering to think about. As of the writing […]

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Where Can You Hide When the Market is Down?

The globalized nature of the world economy makes diversification a tall task. Although past performance is not indicative of future results, history can be a helpful lens to view how the market has […]

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Why Teens and Twenty-Somethings Should Consider a Roth IRA

This article was written by Darrow advisor Kristin McKenna, CFP® and originally published by Forbes.

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The True Cost of Financial Advice May Be Less Than You Think

The cheapest option today can become the most expensive in the long run

Not seeking advice from a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNERprofessional only because of the cost may be short-sighted. Some retail […]

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You'd Hire a Pro for a Home Renovation, So Why 'DIY' with Your Life Savings?

This article was written by Darrow advisor Kristin McKenna, CFP® and originally published by Forbes.

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How a Roth IRA Could Make Your Kid a Millionaire

For most parents, it's a trifecta: help your kids learn about investing, save for retirement, and get fast-tracked to becoming a millionaire. It's possible, and surprisingly attainable. Here's how it […]

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How Lifestyle Inflation Can Harm Investors

by Kristin McKenna, CFP® on October 02, 2018 in Budgeting, Building Wealth

This article was originally published by U.S. News and written by Kristin McFarland, CFP®, Wealth Advisor at Darrow Wealth Management.

Lifestyle inflation refers to when discretionary spending […]

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Should Married Couples Combine their Finances?

What's the best way for married couples to manage their financial life? This is a true "iceberg" question - seems innocuous enough but there's a lot going on under the surface. There can be a wide […]

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The Stories We Tell Ourselves About Money

Growing up, kids are taught very simple facts about money: you need to earn it to pay your bills and save it to retire and buy things you want along the way. Yet, as we get older, these basic facts […]

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