Using an Advisor Pays Off

Using an Advisor Pays Off in positive well-being

Spend money to make money. It sounds like an oxymoron, but it’s the truth. Hiring a financial advisor pays off. But it’s not because financial advisors know some super secret way to invest. It’s because an advisor spends time studying how to get the best results for you.

Using an Advisor Pays Off in making your money work for you.

Clients who work with an advisor say they save more, use their money smarter, and feel better about their future. When the world can feel like a dystopian hellscape, feeling better about anything is a huge win.

Using an Advisor Pays Off by encouraging you to save more.

These are exactly the reasons I designed Valkyrie Financial so you can get money advice without having thousands of dollars (or even hundreds of dollars) in savings. All you need is an income. For a monthly subscription, I’ll help you set your priorities, work through a budget, evaluate your insurance options, and convince you to rock a bold lip color. Because it’s all about confidence. Yes, using an advisor pays off in ways that is talked about even less than basic money skills.

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Wisconsin CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional and educator Sarah Paulson


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Although I’m a born-and-raised Wisconsinite – living in Appleton, Wisconsin –

I consider myself more of a world citizen.

True story: once when going through international customs in Amsterdam, the officers asked why they couldn’t find a Dutch residency permit in my American passport.

I bring a big world picture to my money management advice so you can view the wider world, too.

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