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Natasha Knox

Financial Planner/OwnerPax Financial Planning and Education Inc.New Westminster, British Columbia

Knowledge and math aren't enough to have an effect on chronic financial issues. I've created a unique, intensive approach that combines financial education, coaching, specially selected exercises to bring awareness to your unexamined beliefs, and traditional financial planning. Through this judgement-free, shame-free, process, dramatic financial transformations can happen.

If you are a professional, or executive earning over $150,000 (individuals) or $250,000 (couples), and you struggle to save, or you live pay cheque to pay cheque, or you argue with your spouse about money, I can help you.

Perhaps you've just come into a windfall via an inheritance, or stock options that are suddenly worth a lot. Sudden wealth is complicated, and I have special training in this area to help you objectively evaluate your financial options and stay steady on the rollercoaster of emotions that comes along with a windfall.

Money can be peaceful. Let me show you how.

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