Are you expecting a new baby or planning to adopt? Read our latest blog post for five essential financial planning considerations as you make the transition to parenthood!
About Kirsten C. Cadden, CFP®
Kirsten holds a B.S. in Family Studies from Brigham Young University and a M.S. in Personal Financial Planning from Kansas State University. She also holds a graduate certificate in Financial Therapy from Kansas State University and is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™. As a graduate student she sat on the board of directors for the Financial Therapy Association.
Prior to joining Warren Street, Kirsten spent four years with Capital Financial Group in Nashville, TN. She worked there in client services and as a financial planning analyst, where her focus was writing comprehensive financial plans tailored to clients’ individual needs and goals.
At Warren Street Kirsten hopes to work closely with clients to determine what role finances play in achieving their goals and living an abundant life.
Outside of work Kirsten enjoys reading, playing piano, cooking and eating, and spending time with her husband and their dog, Bonnie.
Entries by Kirsten C. Cadden, CFP®
Series I bonds offer a low-risk, interest-earning addition to your portfolio. Learn more if it is a right fit for you in our latest blog post! Link in bio!
Young adults, or anyone new to managing their own finances, often feel stuck when they think about money. In an age of unlimited access to information, advice, and opinions, deciding what to prioritize can feel paralyzing. At some point, all of us have asked the question “Where do I start?”
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The end of the year is quickly approaching, which may prompt a review of any final tax planning strategies to employ before December 31. The fall and winter holiday season also turns our minds to gratitude and giving. Perhaps surprisingly, these year-end considerations are not mutually exclusive.
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