Having a financial planner isn’t just for the wealthy, but anyone who would like to have a better management system for their money.
You may think it’s counter-intuitive to pay to have someone manage your money, but one of the themes of our past episodes you may have noticed is the emotional hold it can have on someone. Having someone that is separated from that emotional attachment may be perfect for those wanting to not only control the money they have now but also plan for their future.
Click below the image to listen to this episode as it focuses a bit on my story, and also looks at the past episodes of Worth Listening, which I hope will inspire you to take control of your money.
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