Life is not a race. It’s a journey. Enjoy the ride!
‘Live Your Best Life’
is Not Just a Tagline.
It’s a Mission.
Financial planning and money management is about you living your best life—no matter where you are along the road.
We work tirelessly on your behalf to design personalized financial strategies and money management plans that honor who you are and what you love, so you can enjoy your life worry free.
In fact, when you live your best life, we live ours.
Design your future.
You’ve earned it.
We’ll help you afford College.
We’ll help you create your legacy.
Twists and Turns
Getting divorced? Changes at work? Lost a loved one? A new baby on the way?
Whether it’s unexpected or just complicated, certain stretches of the road can affect your money profoundly. In fact, many of our new clients come to us because they just don’t know what to do, where to turn, or how they’ll afford the new situation.
Don’t worry. Protecting your financial wellbeing and providing peace of mind is what we do. We’ll help you navigate through it with compassion and problem-solving strategies that’ll keep you from falling behind or taking a wrong turn.
Life Gets Complicated. We’ll supply smart counsel when the road gets bumpy.
Stories from the Road
Every person who walks through our door is looking forward. See how our hearts-and-minds approach to financial planning and investing gets them moving in the right direction.
Meet Camilla and George
Goal: Saving and Planning with two special needs children
Careers: Human Services
Camilla and George are a couple in their early thirties with two young children with special needs. Doting parents who both work in human services, they were challenged with providing the extra time and attention their kids needed from them while still earning a living and saving for the things they knew their family would need in the future…
Latest Blog Posts
As one of eight children, Pat Grenier says she really doesn’t need any more family. Yet, as principal at BRP/Grenier, she treats clients like family members — which often means helping them make tough decisions.