Snow Day? Take Charge of Something

004Greetings from under about 7 feet of snow in sunny South Buffalo.

No, I’m, not in the office today as I can barely get out of my house, just enough of a pathway for our dog to go out; at least she can take care of business!Fawn in car

 

 

If you’re stuck in the house, too, it might be the perfect time to tackle your finances. How often do you have a day not broken up into meetings and things to do?

You’ve been given an opportunity, here.

I invite you to contact me at ajlauber@lauberfinancialplanning.com and let’s get the proverbial ball rolling.

About Amy Jo Lauber

I help people who are overwhelmed take control & make good financial decisions with confidence and experience peace and abundance. Are you ready to say goodbye to working hard but not having anything to show for it? Go to www.lauberfinancialplanning.com "Let's Talk" tab to schedule your complimentary initial consultation and take the first step on the path to financial empowerment.
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4 Responses to Snow Day? Take Charge of Something

  1. Pat Herberger says:

    …Ball rolling as in snow ball! Stay safe!

    Sent from my iPhone Pat Herberger, SPHR Independent Associate LegalShield 716-863-6577 http://Www.patriciaherberger.com

  2. LOL, indeed! Thanks, we’re fine thankfully.

  3. John Armesto says:

    I was thinking about you guys in South Buffalo. We lucked out with about 5 inches. Stay safe.

  4. Thanks, we are actually enjoying the break and you’d be surprised at how many people are taking me up on this offer, lol!

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