Frequently Asked Questions
What is coaching?
Financial coaching is not a way to get rich quick or obtain financial freedom quickly. The road to financial freedom is 80% behavior and 20% head knowledge. Your financial coach will walk alongside you on your financial journey and help you link your behaviors to your financial goals. It is important for you to understand which behaviors will allow you to meet your financial goals the quickest. Through personalized one-on-one coaching sessions, J. Mattier & Associates can provide you with support, encouragement and accountability to help you meet your financial goals.
Can I book an Intake Session?
Yes, We provide a free initial session to see if we're the right fit.
What are your fees?
Fees are based on the individual needs. There is no one price fits all because everyone is different. One client may need a quick fix while another may need 6 or 12 months. Give us a call so we can discuss your situation.
How do I pay for a Financial Coach when I’m broke?
It might surprise you that one coaching session is less expensive than the average monthly cable or family cell phone bill. The return on investment (ROI) you receive from financial coaching far exceeds the entertainment value you receive from watching television. A typical American household saves over $70,219 on interest payments alone after working with a financial coach. Financial coaching is a necessity for some. For others, however, it is a luxury. You will have to decide where to draw the line. If coaching is a necessity, then you also have to compare it to the costs of bankruptcy – which can be $500 to $2,000 in legal fees alone – and the costs of credit counseling – which range from $30 to $50 per month for four years, or around $2,000.