Getting control of the future

Okay, I’m going to come clean. 

The future is not something you get control of like your debt, or variable income. 

But that fear of what the future will bring: the fear of what might happen, of not having enough…. that’s exactly what financial planning is for. 

We can’t do that planning until you have solid fundamentals (read: control of your money/debt/variable income). But once that’s in place, the real planning can begin. 

The work of planning for your family, for your education, for your business, and for your retirement

And that isn’t work that I can just give you an article and send you on your way. It’s work that is different for every person that comes through the door. 

So… you want to know where to start?

Come talk to me about it.

I promise that if I’m not the right person to help you, I’ll help you find someone who is. 

 

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DISCLAIMER: 

This guide should not be construed as official financial advice, but merely as information. Without speaking to you, or taking a look at your specific numbers I can’t know for sure what the best next step for you is. 

If you’re interested in speaking with me and working together in a more formal capacity check out my WORK WITH ME page.