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Over 90% of women will be solely responsible for their own finances at some point in their lives.

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50% of Americans have less than one month’s income saved for an emergency.

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Advance planning can go a long way

Each year, over a million couples seek divorce. Many of them are concerned about their financial survival.

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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.

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The Park at Allens Creek
150 Allens Creek, Suite 250
Rochester, NY 14618



Mulling Over Money Matters

Like dark chocolate – that magical substance that is not only good for you but tastes great too – Health Savings Accounts are the superfood of investing. And also like dark chocolate, to get the most out of one means understanding the benefits and using it judiciously. Let’s start with a quick recap of what a Health Savings Account (HSA) is and how it works. If you have a High Deductible Health Plan (HDHP), you are eligible to open a read more

While some may be glued to their sports feeds, watching as the brackets winnow down to the “Final Four,” for many families with college bound/aged kids, March takes on a different type of madness as financial aid letters come out and the clock for decision making starts to tick ever louder. Making “cents” of these letters can be confusing at best and, in worst case scenarios, a lesson in fiscal catastrophe. To help with the situation, the federal government has read more

Brrrr…. While I don’t mind the snow, this chilly stuff does wear on one’s soul… a cold day to swap out my bumper stickers. For those who don’t know, I change my bumper stickers bi-monthly or so by way of these handy little sleeves made just for that purpose. The current ones read: “A Man is NOT a Financial Plan” and “I dream of a world where chickens can cross the road without having their motives questioned.”  I own 30 read more