After all, with the last financial crisis still fresh in many of our minds, the perception of professional advice from the financial sector is skeptical at best.
Instead of sitting across the table from a Senior Vice President of a financial firm with more letters behind their name than a bowl of alphabet soup, what if you were having casual coffee with a person that understood your concerns and helped bring about a sense of calm to your situation without all of the fluff. A person that seemed to answer your questions, even before you realized that you had them. Someone like, well....your Mom.
Moms are superb listeners and are, always there to give advice and help you navigate life’s challenges. And even though we didn’t always follow mom’s advice when growing up, we always knew that she had our best interest at heart and our outcomes might have been just a tad better had we taken heed to her direction.
So who better to help you plan for your financial future than Your Financial Mom?
No matter what life stage you’re in, there will always be a level of uncertainty - a feeling of simply not knowing what you don’t know. And let’s be honest, moms help guide you through that by just telling you what to do. I guess you could say it’s our primary skill!
From questions about budgeting and paying down debt, to investing for retirement and estate planning; I want to be a resource to help you every step of the way. My goal with this blog is to create a safe place to help expand your financial literacy without all of the industry jargon.
I hope to give information that will help you assess the risks and benefits of various products and assist you in making prudent decisions for your future. The decisions that you make today have such a profound effect on not just the short-term, but also the next 20/30/40 years and I want to help you make the best use your resources. It’s just the mom in me.
If you have a topic that you want to know more about, drop me an e-mail, leave a facebook message or send a tweet and I'll do my best to post about it. Please keep in mind that the blog is strictly for general information and if you need more specific advice, please contact me to schedule an appointment. There is no charge for a consultation, so you can't go wrong.
Pamela J. Horack, CFP® of Pathfinder Planning LLC provides personal financial planning advice for a simple fee to young adults and working families in North and South Carolina.