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Who We Are
We help women
North Financial Advisors is a boutique, fee-only financial planning firm that specializes in helping women and entrepreneurs dream big and embrace the financial freedom we all deserve.
Meet Cady North, CFP®
Founder and CEO
Once many women achieve a degree of professional and financial success, we often wonder what’s next. Let’s sit down and talk about that. Do you want to start a business? Do you want to retire early? Take a sabbatical? Let’s plan how your finances can support those dreams. Read more about Cady >>
Proud to be a fee-only fiduciary
Fee-only means that you pay for my expertise, guidance and support, not for commissions or sales. All of my fees are transparent and defined upfront. I don’t receive any kickbacks for products or recommendations, so you will never have to sit through sales presentations when working with me. When I provide advice, it’s because I think it’s a good fit to help you achieve your goals. Here’s my fiduciary oath.
How we work together:
Goal Setting and Planning For Life Changes
Investing that Aligns with Your Goals and Values
Insurance, Estate and Tax Planning
Strategic Business Management
Starting Your Own Business
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Washington, DC Location
700 12th Street NW, Suite 700
Washington, DC 20005
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San Diego, CA Location
704 J Street
San Diego, CA 92101
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