Eric Greenhow has the know-how to navigate your financial needs, no matter how unique. Eric has been with Allen & Company since 2003 and is a Certified Wealth Strategist™ as well as a CFP® and a CHARTERED FINANCIAL ANALYST®. He’s recognized for his industry leadership by American Funds, Hartford, Prudential, and others.
What’s truly important for Eric is getting down to his roots in the Florida community – this is the core of Go Greenhow.
Eric is known for his specialized advice on investment and insurance management, as well as retirement and income planning.
He’s also unique for his experience in the agricultural space. Eric can provide unique assistance to farm businesses, ranch operations, and more. It’s a tough job managing an agricultural business, but Go Greenhow is there to make the journey of living off the land a bit easier. Read More About Eric
Debt: Keep it, refinance it, or pay it down?
The term “debt” often has a negative connotation. Many business owners and farmers I meet with aim to be completely debt free. Also, I speak with many couples looking to retire soon. They often want to have their home mortgage paid off in full, prior to retirement. Being debt free isn’t the best solution for […]Read More
Why bother having disability insurance?
I get it: nobody looks forward to paying their disability insurance premiums every year! It’s not exactly an exciting expense that people enjoy having to pay. However, think of the ramifications of an unexpected or tragic event occurring without this protection in place. Here’s some examples of why it’s so important. Disability insurance can protect […]Read More
How much retirement income do you need? Two tough questions to ask
We’re all looking forward to retirement someday… but have you thought about where your retirement income is actually going to come from? Or about how much money you’ll need each month or each year to enjoy a happy and worry-free retirement lifestyle? (As opposed to barely scraping by.) Having been a financial advisor for nearly […]Read More
The potential benefits of selling high
Making money can be very simple. Most folks over complicate the process or think that making money is overly complex. Of course, it can be – but doesn’t need to be, at least not 100% of the time. Understanding the buying and selling investment cycle with a focus on selling high may have potential benefits […]Read More
How to transition your farm to the next generation
Most families who have farm or ranch operations have worked hard for many years to ensure the financial success of their business. A big part of many farm business plans is the prudent management of land based assets. Handing over the responsibilities for these assets from older generations to younger generations can take many years. […]Read More