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September 2010 - Volume 7 - Issue 3


Financial Planning for Nurses, Techs and Clerks

Paycheck to paycheck working people need financial advice that is not a sales pitch! But often, they are over-looked by most Financial Planners, since many employees do not have the income or wealth that most Financial Planners require for consideration.

This advice should be offered by a local Certified Financial Planner (CFP®) who gives objective information that you can use to feel better regarding your financial decisions.
This advisor would not be the vendor of your 457 plan, 403B plan or TSA, but an educator of practical easy-to-understand concepts on any financial topic, not just the retirement plan at work.
For example the advisor should answer the following questions:
- Would you like to know how your children can go to college without the need for financial aid?
- How to become debt free with no credit card balances, car loans and house mortgage?
- Would you like your children to be more responsible on how they spend their money?
- Want to know how much you need to have saved in order to retire comfortably?
- If you have student loans, you would like to know how to pay off the loans quicker.
- If you had a few extra dollars, you would like to know if you should save it or pay off a bill?
- If you are divorced and have children, you would like to know how to pay the bills on one income?
Perhaps you are looking for a financial advisor but do not know what questions to ask and would like to have a list of questions to use. This list of questions can be provided to you by Rick Tonkinson & Associates.
Rick Tonkinson, Certified Financial Planner, Rich Tonkinson and Associates, Inc., can be reached at (305) 447-6617 or or visit
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