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Why Financial Literacy Matters to YOU

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Financial Success, Security, and Freedom.  Pursued by many, but satisfactorily attained by few.  How appropriate then, that the United States has recognized April as Financial Literacy Month since 2003.

Financial Literacy has always been a part of our core values for our clients and subscribers.  In fact, April 2018 marks our 10th Anniversary helping families through the difficult process of divorce, while helping them understand and protect their finances.

Celebrate With Us!

We want to celebrate this special month with YOU, so we are offering 50% off a private Divorce Discovery Session with Lisa C. Decker, CDFA® (SAVE nearly $50.00!).  If you’ve been seeking guidance in your pre or post-divorce matters, this is the perfect opportunity to get answers and save money too.

Sessions are limited to the first ten people to sign up or the next 10 days, whichever comes first.  You can meet with me in office or by phone, whichever you choose. To secure your session respond to [email protected] with “Happy Anniversary!  Sign Me Up!” in the subject line.  This is a limited time/space offer, secure your spot now!

An investment in knowledge pays the best interest ~ Benjamin Franklin

Finding the Right Help for You

Really, the only way to become financially literate, is to become financially educated.  When going through the divorce process, few things are as important as this.  As one household becomes two, and investments are divided, how do we protect what we have, budget what we earn and invest in our future, and that of our children?  We are here to help!

Divorce is one of life’s biggest, and sometimes most disruptive, changes.  However, with the right team, tools and resources, you can successfully navigate this process mentally, emotionally and financially.

Change is the only constant in life.  Ones ability to adapt to those changes will determine your success in life. ~ Benjamin Franklin


Featured Articles:

When is an Equitable Division, Not an Equal Division? By:  Alan Conner, President, NovaPoint Capital

Financial Matters and Issues Before and After Divorce  By:  Angela R Rehkop, ChFC™, CFP®

An Offer You Can Refuse!  By:  Michael Congemi, Real Estate Appraiser

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