Are you tired of disagreeing about your finances?
Do you and your spouse struggle to set clear financial goals and follow through on them? Do arguments over your budget keep you from budgeting? Do you think of the money you earn as "his" money and "her" money instead of OUR money? Money is one of the most common (if not the most common) topics couples fight over. So, you're not alone, and we are here to help.
Are you ready to find financial clarity, set clear goals, and take action?
Healthy money conversations lead to happier marriages. Creating a shared vision and a plan to achieve it cultivates strong teamwork and reduces financial stress.
The planning process
1) Define Goals
Money is important to people for different reasons. Through the discovery process, we will explore why it is important to you and develop goals that align with your financial values.
2) Create a Plan
If your goals are the target, the financial plan is the crosshairs. We will collaborate on creating a plan that provides an actionable path toward your success.
3) Take Action
Now that you have your sights set on the goal, it is time to squeeze the trigger. You may not always hit the target, but taking purposeful action will move you closer to the life you desire.
About Forward Focus Financial Planning
Matthew Broom, firefightin' financial planner
Forward Focus Financial Planning works with firefighter families who need help communicating and clarifying their financial goals. Once your goals are defined, we create a plan and take action.
When you become a client with us, we expect to serve you for decades. Financial planning done right is not a one-time transaction; it's an evolving relational process. The power of planning is not in the plan itself; it is in the act of planning as life ebbs and flows.
I founded this company because I am passionate about providing personalized financial advice that inspires confidence in you to take purposeful action toward a better future. Click here to learn more.