Flexible, Fee-Only Financial Planning, Fiduciary Advisors and Investment Advice
Welcome to Linden Financial Consultants, LLC, a financial advisory firm serving the Greater Rochester, NY, area
Linden Financial Consultants can help you understand and make smarter decisions about your financial well-being and financial future. Your financial plan should reflect your goals and objectives, not products or services. And your financial planner should work for you only. By offering competent, well-explained and objective financial planning advice at a fair fee-for-service, we can help you develop a personalized plan for retirement, college savings, insurance and more. Additionally, we can offer a second pair of eyes to help keep your investment portfolios and financial plans on track. Linden Financial Consultants offers flexible and collaborative financial advice available when, how and where you feel it’s needed.
In the News
Are you worried about how to talk to your future partner about your debt, from student loans to credit cards? While the conversation may be difficult, it is important that couples have honest conversations about where you both stand financially. I was recently featured in an article on NerdWallet asking how couples can work to “lay it all out on the table” and provide a strong financial foundation for marriage. Read More on NerdWallet
Very few of us enjoy talking about money with our spouses, but it’s necessary for any successful marriage. Reader’s Digest asked me to give my input on their article discussing how to avoid fighting with your spouse when talking about finances. Read More on Reader’s Digest
Divorces aren’t easy. During this emotional and difficult process, you’ll face some of the biggest financial decisions of your life. NerdWallet.com invited me to contribute to this article that highlights 3 of the major areas where you’ll need to make especially clearheaded decisions to ensure your economic well-being Read More on NerdWallet
Financial debt shouldn’t keep you from getting married to your soulmate, but before you make your vows there are certain precautions you should take to ensure debt doesn’t hurt your marriage in the long run. I recently had the pleasure of contributing to an article on NerdWallet.com that discusses the steps you and your partner can take to manage your debt, including a few realistic life adjustments that can get you started. Read More on NerdWallet