ENRY Financial Coaching, LLC
For people that are wanting to take control of their personal finances.
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Areas of Focus
- Buying a House
- Choosing a Financial Advisor
- Choosing a Financial Coach
- Accredited Financial Counselor (AFC)
- Video Conference
- Group Classes
- Fee Only
What to expect in the first meetingIntros. See if we are a good fit. Also explain where I'm coming from and what you can expect. Also explain pricing for services.
AFC Certified via AFCPE. Masters Degree (M.S.)
- Some board experience. - Several years of one on one personal financial coaching, topics were anywhere from emergency / crisis management to getting positive control and understanding of clients money. - Taught Money Management at County jail for several years serving youth (under 24), female, and military veteran inmates.
Hobbies and Interests
- Eating Out
Who We Serve
- College Graduates
- Dual Income Family
- Gen Y / Millennials
- Newly Engaged / Newlywed
- Single Women
- Women Professionals
- Young Families
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