Business and Personal Financial Planning with Dawn Starks at SimpleMoneyPro.com
I have been a financial planner for over twenty years. During that time, I have read just about every personal finance book under the sun. Why do I torture myself so? In the early days of my practice, I hosted a call-in radio show in Asheville, NC, called Money Matters. For five years I spent an hour each Saturday morning discussing every financial topic imaginable. I didn’t want to become boring, so I would read others’ works on personal finance to find new and different ways to explain the same old concepts. Now I just read them for fun.
And yes, I just said that out loud.
My aim with my financial planning work has always been to simplify things for clients. Making concepts easier to grasp and less scary is the goal. And I want clients to feel like they have a partner along for the ride on their financial road. I want their financial life to be easier because of the work of our firm. Now I have a team of seven other compassionate, awesome human beings who work with me to continue the mission of my firm. If you are curious, you can read more about my firm and me with a simple Google search. Simple Money Pro for personal and business $ info
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