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Experience a Time of Renewal

About Wealth in your 40s & 50s

There are many common shifts during this time. 

As retirement becomes more of an immediate concern, people think more about planning for it.

Retirement is not the only wealth consideration in your 40s and 50s. Many people feel trapped by their complicated financial histories.

Have the right goals to get the life you want. No matter your previous money story, now is the time to make positive, impactful changes.


Your 40s and 50s are filled with transitions that can shake up the way you have been living for decades.

  • Transitions are opportunities to improve your money relationship.
  • Enjoy these transitions as they open up new paths in your life.
Stories impact financial emotions and behaviors

By this age, people are more invested in their financial histories. Use this time as an opportunity to shift behaviors.

  • Continue to build wealth.
  • Prepare for the retirement of your dreams, even if you are getting a late start.
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Use the changes during this time to say “out with the old, in with the new!” Schedule a consultation with Jen today to change the way you view wealth in your 40s & 50s.
What Our Clients Say
I've heard a thousand times that I have a poverty mindset, but it just takes that one time, that one moment, for it to really click. You did that for me and my life is changing drastically because of it.

– Valerie O.

What we love about working with Jen is that she gives us trustworthy, specific advice tailored to our individual situation.

– Cheyenne L.

Jen is accountable to the decisions that we make while helping us make financial choices that align with what truly matters most to us.

– Cory C.

Jen laid out our options, refers us to the best people to build out our financial team and helps us see how the action items we have at the end of each call, fit into the big picture.

– Audrey K.

We've found her coaching an invaluable component in creating a life that serves us, our family, and sets us up for long-term financial resilience.

– Sarah M.

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