Go Greenhow: Financial tips rooted in the Florida community
Eric Greenhow – MBA, CFP®, CFA®, Financial Advisor
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
Do you know what your Social Security income will be?
As you’re planning for retirement, one important step you must take is to determine how much potential income you’ll receive each month. You invest money to grow your portfolio so that, one day, it will be there to generate income for you during retirement. There are many other sources of income you can take advantage […]Read More
Stocks, bonds, and flight-to-quality
If you’re an investor or researching your first steps into investing, you’ve likely noticed the stock market (specifically the S&P 500) is almost literally flat. This is as of the writing of this article and for the last year period — going all the way back to January of 2018! Stocks were higher not too […]Read More
Municipal bonds: Are they right for you?
If you’ve been investing money for any length of time, you might be familiar with municipal bonds. You may also be aware that if you invest in that type of bond, the interest you receive is – generally — federal income tax free. It would seem appealing to most investors to receive interest that is […]Read More
Preparing your investments for a great economy
As investors, it feels like we spend a lot of our time thinking about “worst-case scenarios.” We don’t want our money and our asset values to go down! As such, we’re constantly worried about some potential event that would cause us to lose money. Planning for a financial downturn is necessary. You do have to […]Read More
Re-evaluating debt and the economic cycle
Believe it or not, there is such a thing as “good” debt! Fixed rate, low-interest debt can allow you access to money that you can reinvest. Using a mortgage to buy a house is a great example. Of course, there is “bad” debt — floating-rate and high-interest loans such as credit cards are often not […]Read More