Kenneth Klabunde, MSFP, CFP® Precedent Asset Management
- 9000 Keystone Crossing, Suite 145, Indianapolis, IN 46240
About Kenneth Klabunde, MSFP, CFP®
I founded Precedent AM to provide the best imaginable wealth management solutions to those seeking professional guidance. We will work together to establish goals and create clear, concise action plans, tax reduction strategies, lifetime income solutions, and explore each aspect of your personal finances so that every question you have is answered. This detailed planning is paired with an investment management process that centers around customized asset mixes designed to minimize drawdown risks and support your objectives in all market environments.
My typical client is in the second half of their career or facing retirement. I help people with concerns about sustaining retirement income, couples going through a divorce, those wanting to ensure the continued financial care of their spouse and family as they age, and more. You will be served by me personally, along with my team of dedicated professionals.
I live in southeastern Indiana with my wife, Rebecca, and our two teenage children where we enjoy our family farm and a myriad of hobbies and activities. Living central to both locations, I have offices in Indianapolis and Cincinnati, as well as at the farm near Alpine, Indiana. We also utilize leading-edge mobile technology to provide a paperless, highly organized, and personal experience to you no matter where you reside.
I am a graduate of Taylor University with a degree in business systems and finance, hold a masters degree in personal financial planning, and am a Certified Financial Planner™ practitioner with 22 years of financial planning and investment management experience.
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