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Amy Wolff

About Amy Wolff

Amy Wolff’s clients describe her as a financial educator and coach. She listens to their diverse concerns and guides them through life’s most stressful transitions toward confident financial literacy and independence. By remaining accessible and open to any question, Amy helps clients avoid pitfalls and make decisions today that align well with their plans long-term. Her approach to personalized financial guidance has given countless clients a non-judgmental place to make well-reasoned financial decisions for their futures and their loved ones. Amy is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional (CFP®) and a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst™ (CDFA®). Feel free to learn more at www.ajwfinancial.com Amy Jensen Wolff, CFP®, CDFA® 3300 Edinborough Way, Suite 550 Edina, MN 55435 Phone: 952-405-2000 www.ajwfinancial.com Registered Representative offering securities and advisory services through Cetera Advisor Networks LLC, member FINRA/SIPC. Investment Advisory Services also offered through AdvisorNet Wealth Management. Cetera is under separate ownership from any other named entity.

October 22, 2018

Health Insurance Season

Categories: Money and Finances

It’s that time of year again, when the trees become bare and days grow short, that one’s thoughts turn to health insurance. That’s right, the open enrollment window for renewing your existing health insurance plan or shopping for a new plan Continue reading…

June 1, 2018

Top Tips to help you Thrive Financially

Your divorce is over. It’s time to start sorting through all the things you need to do, to get your financial life in order.  Here are just a few tips to help you thrive financially, as you move into this Continue reading…

February 3, 2018

Should Your Spousal Support Increase with the Cost of Living?

Spousal support that lasts more than a couple years may be subject to cost of living adjustments (COLAs).  This is negotiated as part of your divorce settlement. As the cost of living goes up, spousal support can increase as well, Continue reading…

January 6, 2018

The House Decision

Divorce has a way of completely upsetting one’s expectations for the future.  One day things are moving along just fine, and the next you are making decisions that will impact the rest of your life.  One of the big decisions Continue reading…

May 29, 2017

Teaching Your Kids About Money – Teenagers

Sometimes your teenage children think they know everything. Do they know that if they saved the $6 they spend each day on a super antioxidant smoothie (or caramel macchiato), in 8 years they could buy a 4-door sedan in soul Continue reading…

January 20, 2017

Should I Stay or Should I Go? The Tax Impact of Selling Your Home During Divorce.

 When divorcing, whether one spouse stays in the family home is often a pivotal decision.  For most, there are several considerations that go into deciding whether to sell or stay.  The tax impact of selling the marital home is unlikely Continue reading…

October 3, 2016

Teaching Your Kids About Money – The Early Years

What are you teaching your children that will best prepare them for a successful adulthood? To be polite and say thank you? To believe in themselves? How about that if they save 15% of every check they ever earn, they Continue reading…

September 26, 2016

Estate Plan Must Haves! – Lessons Learned Post-Prince

A will is the cornerstone of your estate plan. It allows for an organized distribution of your assets after you pass. Not only does it make sure that your assets end up with your chosen loved ones, it also reduces Continue reading…

September 7, 2016

Five Simple Rules for Happiness, In Honor of Happiness Month (August)

Categories: Mental Health

Although happiness can sometimes seem elusive, keeping in mind the 5 Simple Rules for Happiness below will help: Free your mind from hatred Free your mind from worries Live simply Give more Expect Less It struck me one day that Continue reading…

July 27, 2016

Emotional Decision-Making When Markets are Volatile

There’s no question that periods of increased market volatility, like we have seen recently, can be unsettling. However, deciding to move to the sidelines versus staying the course can have long-lasting implications. In fact, making emotionally-based decisions in regard to Continue reading…