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Areas of Focus
- Buying a House
- Credit Cards
- Emergency Savings
About MeMy name is Steven Donovan and I am a financial coach at Even Steven Money. I have a degree in Finance and over 10+ years of banking experience. But my financial coaching is primarily based on my experience in paying off over $100,000 in debt.
I am a personal finance nerd at heart and love the process of helping others reach their financial goals and doing more of what matters most to you.
When I am not financial coaching I am spending as much time as possible with my beautiful wife, Siberian Husky, and focusing on what matters most to me. I enjoy travel, getting outdoors, health & fitness, and being a little nerdy.
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What to expect in the first meetingOur first meeting is a FREE 30 minute discovery virtual call. This is an opportunity to see if I can help you reach your financial goals and if we are the right fit to work together.
About our FirmI primarily work with young professionals (29-45) both individual and couples ready to make a change in their financial lives via 1 on 1 virtual calls.
Common goals for my clients include paying off debt like credit cards and student loans, creating an emergency fund, saving for the short term (vacation, house, car, etc.) .
Together we create an action plan to reach your financial goals and then make sure those goals are accomplished. Spend more time, energy, and money on what you truly value most. Not bills, credit cards, and loans.
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Awards and Honors
- Personal Finance Nerd
- Duke University Behavioral Finance Course Certification
Hobbies and Interests
- Eating Out
- Working Out
Who We Serve
- College Graduates
- Dual Income Family
- Gen X
- Gen Y / Millennials
- Newly Engaged / Newlywed
- Women Professionals
- Young Families
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Knowledgeable, trustworthy financial coach
Steven provides some great financial advice via his social media and blog. You can really see the passion he has for financial coaching. The excellent bit is that he really knows practical, actionable ways to get you into good shape. It’s not just academic. (And he’s a great guy to boot!)
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