Do you have a financial advisor? Do you need one? There are a variety of ways to manage your money because of technology and stuff. However, is that really the best option?
The previous paragraph had more questions than answers. At the end of the day, as long as you’re paying your membership dues and supporting your church, I’m happy. In my opinion, I think the online systems are better for small investments. I have not used one of those programs yet. I’m done research and they may be a bit cheaper.
I’ve used a couple of financial advisors and I know several. They’re more expensive and they may have minimums but so far I’ve noticed it’s worth it. The markets are always changing and the approach seems more custom. The financial difference due to “on-the-fly” adjustments can be significant. You may end up earning more money than you spend. Plus, they’re almost like a free therapist too.
If you want to see if a financial advisor could be a fit for you, check out some of our CBC members:
- Ann Escandon of Thrivent Financial
- Mike Greve of Integrity Wealth Consultants
- Steve Grogan of Integrity Wealth Consultants
- David Miller of Thrivent Financial
- Steve Privette of Edward Jones
Your money management is important. Not only to secure your future but to be a resource to help others Be More through Christ!
Thanks & God bless,
Christian Business Connect