There it is in black and white: Eighty dollars. That’s how much it cost for Bossy and her husband to sit across the desk from their new accountant/financial advisor and get thousands of dollars’ worth of good advice.
Actually, as a loose guide, Bossy’s new husband
Brian Dennehy the accountant charges $130 an hour. But despite the fact that Bossy took up nearly two hours of his time, he only bills for time commensurate with the amount accomplished during an appointment.
And although there were a lot of questions raised during the meeting, there are limited actionable solutions at this time and hi, welcome to Bossy’s financial situation.
Bossy can’t say enough about the value of hiring a financial professional, but you have to do your homework. This accountant came highly recommended by Bossy’s friend John who has his poo totally together and that’s all the high water mark referral Bossy needs.
If you’re thinking about finding an accountant or advisor, mine your resources, contact friends, ask those people who have a tendency to over-research.
Anyone else got tips for finding the Finance Guy?