Finance for parents + self-employed people.
Private counseling services to help you meet your life and financial goals.
The place where finance, social change, and self-employment meet.Book A Call NOw
You Need A Financial Counselor Who Gets It:
When you’re self-employed, it’s hard to find financial support that understands the unique challenges and opportunities of being your own boss. So many people carry fear, shame, and even trauma around finances and need a safe, non-judgmental environment to talk openly about their money. That’s where we come in.
How We Help:
At Fully Funded we work with clients one-on-one to guide people through building the financial foundation we never learn in school. We support folks’ financial journeys, from basic spending and savings strategies, to planning for milestones such as having a baby or buying a home, to long term goals like saving for retirement. No matter where you are in your life, Fully Funded is here to meet you where you’re at and get you where you want to be.
Planning a Parental Leave When You're Self-Employed
This guide will help you lay out the groundwork and initial steps to take in order to create a functional parental leave as a self-employed person. I’ll be honest, working for yourself is tough. As self-employed people we’re not just taking time
off to have a baby, we are also ensuring that we have work to come back to after the leave is complete.
Hi there, I’m Jenny!
I'm a Brooklyn based mom of two, a financial counselor, a former doula, and I’ve been self-employed my entire adult life. My passion is working with parents and self-employed people to implement financial strategies so they can live with financial confidence, less stress, and meet their life long goals.Learn more about Jen >
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Are you looking to create a strong financial foundation and are ready for guidance on your next steps? We help parents, self-employed people, and W-2 workers just like you with a variety of financial projects like: debt management, student loans, spending and savings plans, separating business and personal expenses, planning a parental leave, savings for retirement, learning about investments, and more.