Kaleb Paddock, CFP® Ten Talents Financial Planning, LLC

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About Kaleb Paddock, CFP®

Hi, I’m Kaleb Paddock. I’m the Founder of Ten Talents Financial Planning. I’m blessed to be regularly featured in CNBC, MONEY, and Business Insider personal finance articles.

I help couples retire on their terms and according to their values.

I work with clients in Parker, CO; Castle Rock, CO; Denver, CO and also virtually with clients across the country.

My clients are eyeing retirement decisions, often work at tech companies, or have experienced a sudden money event (inheritance, home sale, business sale, stock IPO, gift).

I love bringing confidence and clarity to your financial situation and I’m passionate about helping you take control of your financial future.

The name Ten Talents comes from a biblical parable found in the Book of Matthew. In the parable, a talent is a measure of precious metal. It has value.

Ultimately, the purpose of the story is to encourage good management of valuable resources. The talents are, according to the parable, gifts from Creator God. It’s our job to manage them wisely.

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Tis the Season of Forecasts

December 2, 2022

Tis the Season of Forecasts It’s that time of year. No, not the holidays. It’s the time that every analyst, economist, and strategist will declare their forecasts for 2023. These forecasts come from well-educated, intelligent individuals – with many years of experience. Some of the forecasts will be made with much confidence. No matter. You…

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Myth Busting! (3 Common Financial Myths)

November 14, 2022

Myth Busting! (3 Common Financial Myths) Learn 3 common myths that I hear regularly as a financial planner. Roth Conversion Myth First myth relates to Roth conversions. 401(k) vs. IRA Myth Second myth relates to retiring early and keeping your 401(k) at your employer vs. moving to an IRA. IRA Penalty? Third myth relates to…

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Cash: Benefits & Dangers

November 2, 2022

Cash: Benefits & Dangers When stocks and bonds experience negative performance, as they have this year, many investors become interested in cash. Indeed, some will repeat the mantra, “cash is king.” This has certainly been the case this year as nominal yields have been increasing to levels we haven’t seen in years. But, as with…

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Ideal Clients

  • Christian Faith Based
  • Couples/Partners
  • Gen X
  • Pro Bono
  • Retirement Planning

Ways Advisor Charges

  • Monthly Fee
  • Quarterly Fee
  • Flat Fee
  • Assets Under Management

Fee Options

  • Monthly Fee: $500+/mo
  • Quarterly Fee: $750/qtr
  • Flat Fee: $5000+/engagement
  • Assets Under Management: 1.00%

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Disclosure

The annual XYPN membership fee paid by this firm is in consideration of a variety of services and benefits provided by XYPN to its advisor members - including the ability to be listed in this Directory. For a complete description of current XYPN member benefits, please refer to the Membership Benefits section of this website. For current membership pricing, please refer to the Pricing section.

XYPN, due to the compensation it receives from advisors in the form of the annual membership fee, has an incentive to list only these such advisors in the Directory. This creates a material conflict of interest.

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