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Deborah L. Meyer, CPA/PFS, CFP®

CEO, WorthyNest LLC

Phone: 636.344.0415 (Office)
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Deborah L. Meyer, CPA/PFS, CFP®, is a fee-only financial planner in greater Saint Louis and CEO of WorthyNest LLC. Her professional mission is to educate and empower families about personal finance, and her expertise is family-minded entrepreneurs. She is a proud member of: the XY Planning Network, NAPFA, AICPA, Ellevate Network, and Prosper Women Entrepreneurs' Mastermind Growth Group.

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Building Wealth
December 2017

Do Not Let Money Ruin Your Marriage

We all bring our own attitudes about spending, saving and sharing into our relationships. Some styles work great together, and others are destined for disaster. The key to making it work is communication.

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Building Wealth
August 2017

A Deeper Dive into 529 College Plans

If you're confused about the difference between 529 college savings plans and prepaid tuition plans and all their ins and outs, you're not alone. But here's some help.

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Building Wealth
August 2017

Quiz: How Well Do You Know 529 College Plans?

Do you know which kind of savings plan has no market risk? Do you know whether you'd lose money if your child didn't go to college? How about the rules on where they can go? We’ve got the answers.

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QUIZ
August 2017

How Well Do You Know College 529 Plans?

Saving for college keeps getting more challenging. By 2024, the average sticker price for a year at public in-state college is expected to climb to $34,000, and for private school undergrads it cou...

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Building Wealth
June 2017

Debunking the Myths of 529 Plans for College Savers

Like saving for retirement, you can never start too early on saving for college. Take a quick true-and-false quiz to see if you grasp the power of 529 plans.

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Building Wealth
May 2017

Smart Ways Entrepreneurs Can Finance Growth Using Debt

No one likes debt, but it can be the difference between a failed venture and a thriving business. From 12-month-interest-free business credit cards to crafty loan strategies, entrepreneurs have options.

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Building Wealth
April 2017

Is the End of Jobs Coming? Employees Beware

Entrepreneurship is a path that more workers could find themselves on soon, like it or not. Survival strategies are required for self-starters, and those who’d rather keep their jobs.

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Building Wealth
February 2017

How to Live for Today and Still Save for Tomorrow

Whether you dream of traveling around the world or buying a yacht, here are five steps that can help make it happen.

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