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Our core belief:
Great people use money as a fuel to reach their true calling. They believe financial goals can be achieved only because they aren’t financial at all; money is only a tool to achieve dreams.
Riches are the result of passion. You can’t “rich” your way to finding your true calling, but that calling can create wealth.
Money management, then, is about balance. How much can you use today and how much needs to be saved to reach tomorrow’s goals?
Great individuals aren’t as interested in growing wealth as they are in fueling their passions.
Two people, one a CFP and the other a former advisor and financial media specialist, created this site to help you manage money in a way that frees you to find your big “why.”
You can’t take money with you when you die, so let’s start dreaming (but if there’s money left, we’ll show you how to easily transfer it to people or causes you love rather than to attorneys and the government).
We’re happy you’ve joined our little community of like-minded people: those who want objective, straight-forward advice that streamlines your life and that you can implement now. You won’t get the popular but silly “don’t buy a latte” advice (did anyone ever get rich avoiding Starbucks or by clipping coupons? You won’t have to listen to the guy on the radio mix politics, religion and financial advice. No more waiting for the woman on television to wag that ugly finger at another person with credit card debt. Really. Why do people call in to be treated like that?
Instead, we focus on the six areas of financial planning, as defined by the College for Financial Planning. We’ll sometimes point the finger toward “professional” advice that doesn’t make sense. That, and we’ll point you toward honest advice that works… all from two dudes who got sick of the “put lipstick on the financial product pig” game.
About the Writer
Emilie is one of the writers at The Free Financial Advisor. By day, she is a data programmer at a tech startup. By night, she is the brains, the brawns, and the beauty behind Burke Does, inspiring millennial women to live financially, physically, and professionally fit lives. She also posts her weekly goals online at Emilie’s To-Do Lists. She is working to be debt-free by October 2017. She focuses on living inexpensively, accumulating wealth, and side-hustling your way to debt freedom. You can find more about her here.
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