Discussing money matters can be uncomfortable, sometimes challenging, and for many, quite stressful.

And yet, everyday you are faced with thoughts and discussions about money! When you’re equipped with tools to guide your financial curiosity and a keen understanding about your own relationship with money, you can begin this most important conversation at any stage with yourself, your partner, your kids, or an advisor-grounded in your own style.

  • Collaborative: We work together to clarify goals – and a path to them.
  • Knowledge-based: We work to answer any question – and focus on what you need to know.
  • High Impact: We focus in on how your money is serving you – and how you WANT it to serve you.
  • Thoughtful: We work toward a plan that works for you.

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With over 20 years of experience spanning financial analysis and portfolio management, I lead my clients through a fun (yes, fun!), high impact exploration of their relationship with money.

This discovery typically reveals barriers and eases people towards a healthy view of money and a new, fresh view for the client.

Our collaboration enables you to become knowledgeable, comfortable, and curious about money and your financial choices.

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