Patricia Jennerjohn, CFP, MBA
If you're like most people, you believe that you have to work hard for your money. However, the truth is that money is also there to work hard for you.
I help my clients learn that money is here to support and serve them. The process helps you gain what I call "financial confidence."
You're smart, educated, aware, and savvy. And sure, you could do your own financial plan. Maybe even manage your investments. But is this the best use of your smarts and your time?
Yes, you want it done well. But, it turns out, you don't want to do it yourself. You appreciate real expertise, but in financial matters, you don't want to be the expert. You don't have more money than you know what to do with, but you want to know what to do with what you have.
Understanding what you want to accomplish can be hard to figure out on your own. I believe it's more enlightening to explore your aspirations with a knowledgeable partner. Someone that will help you think creatively about where you want to go.
I'd like to be your financial planning partner. I'll take you seriously, but with a relaxed approach. I'll collaborate with you, rather than issuing you a predesigned set of recommendations. I'll work to understand what's really important to you. And, help keep you focused on real goals-which is making your plan work, not beating the market.