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What’s Keeping You from Working on Your Plan?
If one of the scenarios below sounds familiar, you may be the perfect fit for Flowerstone Financial. We’re a premier financial planning firm in Northern Virginia focused on helping successful individuals and families plan for their goals. We help the busy professionals take their savings, investment, and financial planning needs to the next level.
Not Enough Time
Who We Serve
Each family we serve has their own unique priorities, goals, and timeline. We’ve discovered that many couples share the following characteristics listed below. Our best relationships include both husband and wife, equally engaged in the planning and strategy process for their family. When both perspectives are shared, it supports a collaborative process built on clear communication and strengthens our partnership together. Our goals-based approach tends to align well with busy professionals who are balancing successful careers and a family.
- Financial well-being
- Personal freedom and choices money makes possible
- Gaining clarity by defining what enough means
- More time to focus on other priorities
- Integrating financial decisions and accounts
- Having enough income
- Caring for an aging parent
How We Are Different
Working with a CFP® professional
You have many choices when it comes to finding the right financial professional, and there are many designations and licenses available. But only those that have completed the rigorous training and experience requirements may call themselves Certified Financial Planner™ professionals. As a CFP® professional, our founder Ryan Stille is skilled at providing comprehensive, holistic fee-only financial advice that incorporates every aspect of your life.
Each CFP® professional:
- Is required to have 6,000 hours of financial planning experience prior to sitting for the CFP® exam
- Undergoes testing in eight knowledge categories, including financial planning, risk management, estate planning, tax planning, retirement, and more
- Adheres to a strict code of ethics and standards of conduct
- Is ethically bound to act as a fiduciary, working only in your best interest
- Must complete 30 hours of continuing education every two years
Ryan Stille, CFP®
Founder, Financial Planner
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