Fee-Only Personal Financial Planner: Who We Serve

PWR serves young families, individuals, and newlyweds of all wealth. We’re committed to helping our clients navigate their important financial decisions.

We understand that sharing information about your personal finances is sometimes difficult. That’s why we treat all of our clients with complete discretion, confidentiality, and trust. We’re passionate about guiding them towards smart decisions and a life free from financial anxiety.

Families

Parents have a lot to deal with, especially after the birth of a child. How can they organize their personal finances for the future? Learn More >>

Individuals

Whether you’re a professional who’s been in the workplace for many years or are just getting a handle on your first job, PWR can help you. Learn More >>

Newlyweds

After the honeymoon, we help you create joint financial goals and a joint financial plan for you and your spouse. Learn More >>

Retirees

It can be hard to stop saving money and to start spending it but we will be there for you for the next 20+ years. Learn More >>


In the Media

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Impact Investing: The Lingo

Impact Investing is an investment strategy that seeks to create a positive social and / or environmental change while also generating a financial return. People interested in impact investing have expressed to us confusion over the many acronyms and terms used. This is our first post in a series on impact investing where we focus on demystifying the most common lingo. ESG stands for Environmental, Social and corporate Governance. The ESG factors were developed as a way to categorize areas... Read More

The Tax Implications of Donation-Based Crowdfunding

Are you considering setting up a crowdfunding campaign for yourself, or someone you know, to help pay for medical bills, tuition, or raise money for a cause? While there are different types of crowdfunding, we address donation-based crowdfunding in this post since it is the kind we see most often. Money received from donation-based crowdfunding should be considered gifts, and therefore non-taxable. However, payment processors used by crowdfunding sites, such as Paypal, may issue a Form 1099-K to the recipient... Read More