Financial Advisors hear all the time, "I (we) have been wanting to work with a financial planner for the longest time...but we just never seem to get around to it." Time passes and you lose track of whether you are saving enough for retirement, your children's college education, to purchase your first home, or to get that great business idea you have off the ground. You know you need to review your 401k investment options, balance your portfolio, or do something with that cash sitting in your zero-interest checking account, but you just can't seem to find the time and frankly, it makes you too nervous to think about it.
When you procrastinate, financial fuzziness and confusion rule the day.
A financial advisor can help guide you to financial clarity with a process and a plan, so you can feel confident with the decisions you make regarding your financial life. If you are reading this website, you are probably ready to act. A great first step is to know where your money is going now, start tracking your expenses and develop a budget, or go to the Where to Start Link and fill out the questionnaires.
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