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Early photo of me and Laurie.

Notice the carseat!

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Meet Beth

Financial Advisor & Founding Principal

I have always been interested in money.  At age 5, I put a cooked lasagna noodle in a shoe box and charged people to view a cow tongue.  Later, I obtained a wholesale license and hired my neighborhood friends to make macramé plant hangers, which were sold to shops in Old Town.  During high school and college, I had jobs as a bookkeeper for various local companies.  I graduated from SDSU with a degree in Finance.  I  worked as a bank officer, a financial analyst, a cash manager, and financial reporting analyst for several large companies in San Diego and Los Angeles.   I realized that corporate life was not for me and started a career as a mortgage broker and realtor.  It was during this time my father approched me to join him in his financial planning business.  It was here I was able to use all my previous experience to help our clients achieve their dreams. I had found my home!  I love my job as I get to help clients navigate their way towards their financial goals.  It involves money, solving puzzles, and having great relationships with our clients.  The best part is that I always learns something from our clients.

My husband and I raised sons and now we are discovering new interests!  We enjoy concerts, beach walks with the dogs, quiet evenings, and collecting mid-century items for our home.  I became a gardener when I purchased my house that has a large back yard and I quickly discovered I could grow almost anything by dropping a seed. Due to the ongoing battles with local wildlife, I’ve concentrated my efforts on my fruit trees and vines.  I have citrus, apricots, plums, blackberries, etc. which are great for preserving.  Some of my favorites are lemon curd, plum, and apricot jam.  I make these under the label MOB (Mom of Boys) because of my two grown sons. Our next big project will be landscaping the front yard.

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