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Let’s face it: money is a struggle. When it comes to making good financial decisions, we struggle with lack of education, emotional barriers such as guilt and shame, and lack of motivation.
As a result, it’s hard to make good financial decisions on a day-to-day basis, much less prioritize your future goals and needs.
Whether you’ve never touched a budget in your life, or you’re a savvy saver looking to start investing, I can help you:
Explore your emotions and behaviors surrounding money
Overcome negative mindsets and habits about spending
Figure out how much you’re really spending, and where your money goes
Establish your financial priorities and set a plan to reach them
Make a plan to optimize your debt payments
Develop a budgeting system that fits with your personality
Provide ongoing support and accountability on your financial journey
Recommend investments that will fit with your goals and risk tolerance
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