So you've finished school and you're starting your career. Human Resources sat you down and threw out all the buzz words you've heard your parents talk about over the years. Words like, group health insurance, retirement plan, and social media policy. Personal finance is one of the most important things we could ever learn yet is rarely taught, at least at the level which it should be. Sure you've heard all of the basic platitudes from mom and dad. Olden goldies like, "Live within your means" and "Don't put all your eggs in one basket" but has anyone explained the difference between your company 401(k) and a Roth IRA? Do you know how to evaluate an investment? Let us guide and educate you as you get started.

CREATE A SPENDING PLAN

CREATE A SPENDING PLAN

THE "GOOD DEBT" MYTH

THE "GOOD DEBT" MYTH

MAKE IT A PRIORITY

MAKE IT A PRIORITY

SAVE AN EMERGENCY FUND

SAVE AN EMERGENCY FUND

START SAVING 

START SAVING 

BUYING A CAR RESPONSIBLY

BUYING A CAR RESPONSIBLY

STUDENT LOANS

STUDENT LOANS

WHY YOU NEED INSURANCE

WHY YOU NEED INSURANCE

SCULPT YOUR FUTURE

SCULPT YOUR FUTURE

If you're like most college graduates you have tens of thousands in student loan debt. You may be asking yourself how you are supposed to pay rent, buy throw pillows, meet your loan obligations, or start saving money and affording insurance all at the same time?

Most mistakes won't haunt you for life. There's no permanent school record and some of your best stories will be based on the bad choices you made along the way, but the one place you want to avoid making mistakes is personal finance. An error in judgement can result in the loss of your home, bankruptcy, liens against your income, or a complete loss of all you've worked for. Even your future earnings could be placed in jeopardy.

We can help guide you on your journey with professional advice from people that see you as more than a number. Planning is Power