Why Do You Need An Awesome Money Coach?

A fee-only, advice-only money coach provides unbiased guidance and matches a clients’ money to their goals. There are no product sales in any services offered of any kind (whatsoever!)

Karen works as a money partner with her clients. She meets them in the present moment of their financial journey and helps them create a road map to where they want to be. Her respect for their values and goals creates a relationship of trust, in which they can openly and honestly share their dreams and concerns about their finances.

What Your Awesome Money Coach Can Do For You?

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  • Develop a plan for a new baby and navigate maternity leave
  • Support you in a marital separation and help you create a new money life and plan
  • Help you stop living pay cheque to pay cheque
  • Illustrate how much you need to save/ or will have for retirement
  • Become retirement ready
  • Improve your communication around your money with family or your spouse
  • Get you smarter about money
  • Provide insurance needs analysis – How much insurance do you need and what kind?
  • Family meetings – an impartial go-between when making important family decisions

Awesome Testimonials

"Karen is the most gracious, humble and professional person to work with"

"Karen is amazing and has my entire family on track from finances to record keeping to meal planning. My house is even more organized and my evenings less chaotic because of her support!"

"Hope! You have made such a difference in my attitude and hope towards finances."

"I wanted to say how great it was to meet you yesterday. I left feeling like a weight had been lifted and I am looking forward to working with you to get my finances in better shape and plan for my future!"

Awesome Articles

Money Makeover:
Expectant mother braces for change

Robot Advisors:
What happens when advisors use robo's?

Money Makeover:
This couple need to get a handle on expenses

Baby Costs:
Can you afford another child?

Retire Early:
Can this young couple have a child and retire early?