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Beyond Your Hammock
Eric Roberge is a Certified Financial Planner™ and the founder of Beyond Your Hammock, a virtual financial planning company that helps professionals in their 30s and 40s do more with their money.
Roberge helps his clients think like entrepreneurs and use their money as a tool to live life on purpose. His successful transition from a corporate career working for State Street Bank and JPMorgan Chase to business owner at the age of 33 drives him to help others take advantage of their cash flow, live for today and plan responsibly for tomorrow.
In 2017, Beyond Your Hammock was named one of the best financial planning firms in Boston by Expertise.com and one of the 100 most influential advisers of 2017 by Investopedia. In 2016, Investment News named Eric to their exclusive 40 Under 40 list, Wealth Management Magazine called him one of the top 10 CFPs under 36, and Financial Advisor Magazine said he was one of the top 10 Young Advisors to Watch.
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