Financial Savvy and Success

When a new baby is born, loving family members imagine the child growing into an adult who is successful, happy, and financially secure. As parents and grandparents, there are many financial decisions we make that can impact our futures, our children’s futures, and beyond.

London Wants is a video series about the major financial milestones in life:

  • Saving for college and graduating debt free
  • Creating an investment portfolio
  • Becoming financially secure and supporting a family
  • Planning for retirement
  • Providing for loved ones after death

Watch all of the London Wants videos below, and check out the free downloads to help you put the strategies from each video into action.

London Wants Financial Savvy and Success

Welcome to the London Wants series! In this first video, meet London and learn about her life goals.

London Wants Her Parents to have The Talk

No one enjoys talking about the inevitable decisions that must be made when a loved one passes. Proper and thorough preparation is one of the best gifts you can leave behind for your loved ones.

If you haven’t documented your last wishes, download our comprehensive guide to help you understand the important steps and information to leave behind.


London Wants to be a Millionaire

Saving and investing early and consistently are some of the secrets of the invisible rich. In this video, we discuss how to manage your money in order to achieve your financial goals.

Savvy saving starts with articulating your passions and goals. We’ve created a free download to help you do just that. Click the button to access yours now.


London Wants to be a Savvy Investor

You can instill financial savvy in your children by teaching money management and investing habits from an early age. In this video, we discuss ways to introduce important financial lessons to kids.

Calculating your net worth is an important step in understanding your complete financial picture. We’ve created a free worksheet to help you create your own personal balance sheet. Click the button to access yours now.


London Wants to Retire at Age 55

Retiring at age 55 can be surprisingly affordable with an early start and a strong savings discipline. If you haven’t gotten an early start on saving for retirement, it’s time to do some math. We’ve created a free worksheet to help you calculate the amount of money you’ll need to be financially independent. Click the button to access yours now.


If you’re looking for a trusted, strategic advisor to help you with estate planning, financial advising, retirement planning, tax, or other matters, contact us to schedule a free consultation.