We provide sophisticated wealth management, investment, and tax planning services, specifically for women of California’s North Bay, to help optimize their wealth. Our The Joy of Retirement Process® is focused on achieving financial independence and happiness through guiding you toward reaching your goals, budget coaching, organizing your financial life, and maximizing your wealth.
Most of us want the freedom to do as we please with enough income to get what we need. All it takes to make this happen is understanding how to manage money and assets and committing to the work and discipline to see it all through.
This educational and easy to read book by Lillian Meyers will give you the tools you need to build your future, make the right decisions, and the structure to build a life that is as healthy as it is wealthy.
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At Meyers Financial Wealth Management, we understand the many concerns individuals and families face as they prepare for retirement. Our goal is to help clients feel confident about their future and pursue their vision of a comfortable retirement through our unique planning strategy.
Imagine having a handbag for every occasion. We create each personalized retirement strategy with the same thought in mind. You want to be prepared for all that life may bring you in retirement. We help our clients fill a “fashion handbag” that is set-aside for each of life’s occasions while in retirement.
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…For the circumstances that could derail as well as bring a lifetime of financial success.
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…Through wealth strategies designed to reach your goals and bring you true happiness.
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