Today’s professionals are busy juggling family, career, and everyday life. Retirees are wondering how to make their money last.
I can help.
Have you ever found yourself worrying about money? Whether you’re doing all you can to secure your future, avoiding mistakes that could cost you tremendously down the road, or simply feeling like there is never quite enough of it? I completely understand. I’ve been there, too.
You want to live a full life, not just get by. You want guidance on critical financial decisions like planning for the kids’ college or understanding your retirement accounts. You want to know you’re doing it “right” so that you aren’t blindsided later. You worry you may not have enough money to support you through your lifetime, because you aren’t quite sure how much money you even need.
Finding time to focus on your finances never seems to make your agenda. Let’s be honest, money can be a stressful topic and one all too often avoided. Yet, when you have a financial professional on your team to offer you leadership and support, it can take that mountain of a task and make it a well-executed priority.
Frontier Financial Planning specializes in working with academic professionals, including but not limited to those employed by the University of Alaska, and the State of Alaska employees. We love helping these employees understand their benefits and the additional opportunities available to them so they can make the best choices with their money.
Greta is a CFP® professional and the founder of Frontier Financial Planning. Greta is an active member of financial planning organizations National Association of Personal Financial Advisors and XY Planning Network. Each year she studies thousands of pages of financial text and is mentored by the country’s top minds in financial, legal and tax planning.
Greta attended Montana State University where she obtained a B.S. in Civil Engineering. After practicing in Anchorage, Alaska, she pursued and completed a M.S. degree in Environmental Engineering and Hydrology from University of Alaska, Fairbanks. She worked as a water-resources and environmental engineer in Fairbanks, Anchorage, and remote Alaska locations for 18 years.
In 2012, Greta made the career change to financial advising. Her curiosity for solving financial challenges, love of geeking out on elaborate spreadsheets, and motivation to help others propelled her toward becoming a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™.
Greta founded Frontier Financial Planning in 2017 to help professionals in higher education and State of Alaska employees create financial well-being. This firm continues to serve Alaskans and academic professional throughout the United States.
The Rest of Our Team
Frontier Financial Planning is supported by a team of experts in these fields: