Subsidized Financial Planning Services For Recent Graduates & Low-Income Families
Fiduciary financial advice is difficult to find for those who don’t have significant assets to invest. Financial advice for these groups is generally limited to advice as part of a sales pitch for financial products. Financial coaching subsidies are offered to groups most in need of assistance, including low-income families and recent college graduates. The services are designed to help individuals and families:
Deal with debt
Build a working budget
Save for their future
Avoid predatory and questionable financial products
And escape the cycle of poverty
Subsidies are offered to lower the cost of financial advising for recent graduates and those with low income. Recipients are chosen based on financial need or on how recently the person graduated from an accredited college program.
Apply for a Financial Coaching Subsidy
Once your application is reviewed, we’ll schedule a call to discuss your goals, answer any questions you have, and gather data to verify if you qualify for a subsidy.
Coaches are Registered Investment Advisers and are legally required to put client interests above their own.
The adviser can only accept fees from clients and cannot accept money from anyone else for the advice given. This includes referral fees from third-parties or commissions for selling life insurance, mutual funds, or other financial products.
No selling products
No referral fees
No other kickbacks