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Deborah L. Meyer, CPA/PFS, CFP®

Deborah L. Meyer, CPA/PFS, CFP®

CEO, WorthyNest LLC

Deborah L. Meyer, CPA/PFS, CFP®, is the proud owner of WorthyNest®, an independent financial planning and investment advisory firm that helps Christian parents build wealth without compromising their values. She received the 2019 Distinguished Young Alumni in Business award from Saint Louis University and also received the AICPA's 2018 Standing Ovation Award in Personal Financial Planning. Deborah lives with her husband, Bryan, and their three sons in Saint Charles, Missouri. Learn more about her book, Redefining Family Wealth: A Parent's Guide to Purposeful Living, at https://redefiningfamilywealth.com.

Phone: 636.344.0415 (Office)
Direct: 314.397.6817 (Direct)
E-mail: deb@worthynest.com
Website: www.worthynest.com
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Building Wealth as Parents During Uncertain Times

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5 Causes of Marital Money Stress (and How to Fix Them)

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Pessimists Never Prosper: Try an Abundance Mindset Instead

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4 Simple Habits to Build Wealth Faster
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4 Simple Habits to Build Wealth Faster

Sure, making a lot of money helps, but research shows there are four behaviors that can be even more important to building true wealth.
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Emergency Funds Can Have a Surprising Downside
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Emergency Funds Can Have a Surprising Downside

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Budget Travel Tips Straight from a Financial Planner's Own Family Trip Abroad
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When 'Rules of Thumb' for Life Insurance Aren't Appropriate
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When 'Rules of Thumb' for Life Insurance Aren't Appropriate

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5 Ways to Maximize Your Charitable Giving

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How to Set Goals for Yourself and Make Them Happen

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What the New Tax Overhaul Means for You

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House Hunters: Learn from My Rookie Mistakes

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A Deeper Dive into 529 College Plans

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How to Live for Today and Still Save for Tomorrow
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How to Live for Today and Still Save for Tomorrow

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