Author: Kemp Financial

In a competitive marketplace, company’s sometimes struggle to keep their top talent. You may wonder why your employees are leaving and what you could have done to make them stay. Are you one of these business owners? Keep reading. Sometimes, you need to offer more than...

Kemp Financial Group is a family business in its second generation who helps other families and their businesses with the growth, maintenance and transfer of their wealth. We are now happy to announce that our firm is growing! Rachel Gannage, Financial Advisor Rachel has been a welcomed addition...

Good afternoon everyone, Well, last week was certainly an interesting one to say the least. Trump wins the Electoral College vote and will be the next American President, barring the electors doing something that has never been done in history and go against how their State...

Estate planning can be an onerous task. It is perceived as being time consuming and forces one to consider mortality. It’s no surprise then, that the majority of Canadians die intestate. As Certified Financial Planner’s we understand the importance and benefits an estate plan can have on...

The evolution and roll-out of the Client Relationship Model, including phase 2 (CRM2), has put an unprecedented focus on the value advisors offer their clients. While there are many resources that focus on the importance of generating value in this time of increased fee and pricing...

"Warren Buffett’s long term, buy-and-hold investing strategy is known the world over and his ability to identify undervalued companies has placed him among an elite group of legendary investors.  Given his success, one might assume market experts would agree that Buffett has effectively disproven the...

While discussions for estate planning often focus on married couples, estate planning for a single person is equally as important. In many instances, a single person will need to do things differently and the consequences of not having a well coordinated plan can sometimes create...

It's natural for parents to want to help and support their children. But should that help continue well into adulthood? By helping too much, sometimes parents run the risk of imperilling their own financial future and creating dependence. But how do you know?  Time To Cut The...