So Money - Episode 1497

Ask Farnoosh

Farnoosh and Cynthia Decker

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Today we are discussing money through the ages with Cynthia Decker, Prudential CFP.  What are the different financial considerations for those in their 20s, 30s, 40s and beyond? Whether you’re a recent college grad wondering whether to invest in graduate school, in the middle of your career and wondering how to afford raising a family or approaching retirement and worried about having “enough” money to fully stop working, Cynthia and Farnoosh offer some guidance.

More about Cynthia Decker:Prior to her work as a financial planner, she was a professional orchestral musician for over 20 years, as a Flutist with the Syracuse Symphony Orchestra and the Virginia Symphony.  She enjoys working with clients of all ages and backrounds, helping them better understand their own individual financial situations, and guiding them to more secure futures. In her spare time she is an avid gardener and outdoors person.  There is no better way to spend a day off than in the forest with her dog, Rudy, son and husband.

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