While “never mix business and pleasure” is a frequent adage, husband and wife financial team Ted Theodore Leutz and Lynette Robbins are making it work and achieving success in both their relationship and their joint business ventures. Ted Theodore Leutz and Lynette Robbins married in 2002, and shortly after that, they co-founded Knowles Systems, a financial strategy company that seeks to bring a greater understanding of how money works to everyday Americans.
Together, Ted Theodore Leutz and Lynette Robbins travel the country, speaking on topics such as increasing profitability, creating tax free retirement plans, and keeping money safe. The pair empower clients by giving them unprecedented Ted Theodore access to education and information about the various possible outcomes of investment. They have also developed a software system called One Stop for Life that gives clients access to a database of thousands of client experiences, financial calculators, and easy access communication with agents at Knowles Systems.
In combination, Ted Theodore Leutz and Lynette Robbins have over seventy years of industry experience, and have an intimate knowledge of what customers need and want from a financial consultant. Ted Theodore Leutz has been in finance since the early 1970s, and has a strong background in insurance management and asset maximization. Lynette Robbins has been working with Fortune 500 and 100 companies for almost thirty years, and has been nationally recognized for the success of her private consulting firm and her systems of improving communication and profitability in finance-based businesses.
Ted Theodore Leutz and Lynette Robbins have just recently celebrated Ted Theodore ten years of happy and fulfilling marriage, and prove that partners can be business partners with great success. With their unique backgrounds and complementary skills, Ted Theodore Leutz and Lynette Robbins have built a business that draws on extensive knowledge of the field, the strength of their own relationship, and their commitment to helping individuals understand the workings of the financial sector.