Are You and Your Partner on the Same Financial Page? [On-Demand Webinar]
Money disagreements can cause stress, anxiety, and unhappiness in a relationship.
Do you agree on your financial goals, budget, and money habits? Watch Savant’s director of financial planning Anne Mank and financial advisor Wayne Titus discuss strategies for financial harmony in your relationship in this recorded webinar.
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Savant Wealth Management is a leading independent, nationally recognized, fee-only firm serving clients for over 30 years. As a trusted advisor, Savant Wealth Management offers investment management, financial planning, retirement plan and family office services to financially established individuals and institutions. Savant also offers corporate accounting, tax preparation, payroll and consulting through its affiliate, Savant Tax & Consulting.
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