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Launching our NEW Look

Forethought Planning same service with a new twist!

We have been working on a new brand strategy for months now. Hiring a firm to help us deliver the right messaging that we wanted to for YOU! Alignment with the BIG vision we have to make wealth accessible to all through our resources – blog, podcast, and videos plus our curated financial planning services.

As a business owner, it has been important to me that we provide the services that match our mission. This will always be what we strive for at Forethought Planning. When I launched the business in January of 2020 it was just me in a lonely office in NE Minneapolis. Fast forward two an half years later we have amazing clients and a dedicated team to serve them. Plus we belong to an amazing community or female business owners that have been like family for us. As we grow, we wanted to make sure that we were in line with the future of our industry. As one of our goal is to change how the industry looks and feels.

With our new brand, our goal was to bring you an aesthetic that empowers you to know your worth! In addition, we will have launched our new service models that are custom planning experiences you chose from. We believe in aligning our services with how we want you to think about your wealth. Financial Planning is the most critical part of wealth management even more so than investment management. However, the world has constantly driven the worth of a financial plan to the back burner and investment management or returns as the golden ticket. The reality is fluctuation in the market will happen. It’s more important to tie our psychology around our money to the financial plan and less to our investment management.

NEW to Forethought Planning? We would love to be the team that guides and empowers you to your wealth transformation. We believe all women are worthy of wealth and that means you too! So don’t wait – Let’s get started: Check out our Services.

Our new blog will have fresh topics updated regularly to educate and empower you around your wealth. The Thrive For{e}ward podcast is changing names to align with our company name. You can now download our past episodes via Forethought Planning Podcast. We will bring new episodes in 2023!

Check out a snippet of our new brand coming to life and behind the scenes of creating it with our team. It has been an absolute blast bringing this new fresh look to life.

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