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Welcome to Prism Financial Planning, LLC!
You may be a DIY Investor, but you occasionally need help from an expert you can trust.
I founded Prism Financial Planning, LLC in 2013 as a resource where people with varying degrees of financial knowledge can come for unbiased advice.
Whether you have no idea what a mutual fund really is or you have been trading stocks for years and have successfully managed your own investments, Prism can help you.
Prism Financial Planning, LLC, is located in Issaquah, WA, where I offer comprehensive financial advice to my clients on an hourly basis. My clients only pay for the financial advice they need, and nothing more. As a fiduciary I only offer my expertise, and never sell any products. Therefore, my clients know they're getting unbiased help with no conflicts of interest.
01. About Us
Prism was created to offer fiduciary financial planning services. I don’t sell anything but my knowledge and experience and only get paid based on my hourly rate.
02. Our Philosophy
There are many moving parts to a person’s finances. My goal is always to simplify wherever possible, but not at the expense of performance.
03. Our Process
Some clients hire me on a “project” basis, while I have an ongoing relationship with others. For all clients, however, we’re players on the same team with the goal of structuring their finances that is in their best interest.
What Prism Can Do For You
Estimated time: 12 to 17 hours
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Schedule a free 30-minute phone consultation to discuss how Prism might help you!
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