Kevin Gianfortune

Financial Adviser, 1847Financial
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Kevin Gianfortune

Kevin is a Financial Planner and Investment Advisor Representative for 1847Financial, a local agency of The Penn Mutual Life Insurance Company.
Kevin has developed a specialty in advising pre and post retirees who want assistance preserving their assets and help ensuring that their money lasts longer than they do. Kevin prides himself on his broad based knowledge in areas of Estate, Elder, and Special Needs Planning. This knowledge and expertise has grown and continues to do so in direct correlation to the many professional alliances & partnerships that Kevin maintains with Tax and Legal Professionals.

Registered Representative of and Securities and Investment Advisory Services offered through Hornor, Townsend & Kent, Inc., (HTK), Registered Investment Advisor, Member FINRA/SIPC. 1010 Kings Highway South, Building 1, Cherry Hill, NJ 08034. 1847Financial is not affiliated with Hornor, Townsend & Kent, Inc. HTK does not offer tax or legal advice.

Stories by Kevin Gianfortune

Why Healthcare Costs Must Be Part of Your Retirement Planning

By Kevin Gianfortune | October 2, 2018

Illness is one of those great unknowns of life, and healthcare and long-term nursing care are expensive, getting more so every year. Healthcare costs must be an integral part of our retirement planning. Otherwise, we’re putting all our retirement plans at risk. There are four long-term issues working against us.

Personal Finance in Your Middle Years

By Kevin Gianfortune | July 3, 2018

For those of us in our “middle years,” this is an important time in our lives. We are hitting our stride in our careers, we’ve settled down with a spouse and a house, and maybe started a family. Things that were once remote possibilities are starting to take a more concrete form. With this in mind, we need to start thinking differently about our financial lives.

Financial Planning for Long-Term Care

By Kevin Gianfortune | November 29, 2016

Make no mistake about it: Long-term care can be enormously expensive, so much so that it can throw the most carefully crafted retirement or estate plan out of whack. The average cost of care here in the Philadelphia area is around $7,000 to $9,000 a month for skilled nursing care, and the costs are much the same throughout the country. Elder care is also fraught with potential traps.