Longterm financial planning can seem like a lofty goal when you’re faced with the immediate needs of a growing family: paying for childcare, putting food on the table, and maybe even springing for a date night once in a while. Thinking about retirement and college tuition is something grownups do, right? Not overwhelmed new parents?
Not so, says Jason Silverberg, CFP®, CLU®, ChFC®, Vice President of Financial Planning for Financial Advantage Associates and our guest in this month’s special bonus interview episode. Jason is a father of two and author of several books who specializes in young families, new parents, and single moms. Join Jason and Sarah for a conversation about spending, saving, and thinking long-term, even when you’re in the early years of family life.
Links we mentioned in this episode:
- Picking Up The Pieces: A Divorcee’s Guide to Financial Freedom (free download!)
- …And Baby Makes Three: A New Parent’s Guide to Financial Planning (free download!)
- The Financial Planning Puzzle: Fitting Your Pieces Together to Create Financial Freedom (Jason’s new book, via Amazon)
- Mint.com and eMoney Advisor