By John Kennedy, CFP® / August 17th, 2020
Simplify, Not Simpler
Einstein once said, “Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler.”
A few years ago at the closing meeting for our home, I remember feeling confused by the HUD statement. I asked about certain numbers and how the math added up in particular ways, but I struggled to understand the explanations given – and I do math for a living!
At CandorPath, we take great pride in our ability to make complex financial problems easily understood by our clients. It isn’t that we want to minimize the complexity of the problem, but rather, we want to make it possible for our clients to grasp the concept, so in turn they can contribute meaningful ideas about potential solutions. At our review meetings, we want to ensure you are leaving with more knowledge, awareness, and understanding than you had before, and that you feel like an effective teammate in the pursuit of your financial success.