Financial Literacy for College-Aged Kids
by Jamie Bosse, CFP®, RFC, CCFC
Enjoy these free resources, including Return On Life Assessment and a complimentary 1:1 session with Jamie.
Jamie has a passion for mentoring and financial literacy. She is the author of Money Boss Mom, Helping Young Parents Be the “Boss” of Their Financial Future as well as the Milton the Money Savvy Pup Children’s book series. Her financial articles have been featured in the Kansas City Star, KC Parent, The Journal of Financial Planning, The Register, Solutions, and Investment Advisor Magazine.
Jamie is an active a member of the Financial Planning Association and International Association of Registered Financial Consultants. She is a past board member and President of the FPA of Oregon and SW Washington. She is currently on the board for the Greater Kansas City Chapter of the Financial Planning Association.
Return on Life (ROL)
The majority of our industry focuses on performance, otherwise known as return on investment. With our clients, we use a much more effective approach called Return on Life™. The result of this ROL-centered approach is that our clients are able to live the best lives possible given the money they have.
With ROL, you don’t give up the best of life or the best parts of yourself just to get money. The money is there to serve you, not vice versa. Instead of focusing on someone else’s definition of success, you will write your own. ROL puts quality before quantity by managing your assets in a way that improves your life and provides peace of mind and confidence.
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