More than two-thirds of U.S. workers are feeling stressed about their financial future. Minnesota’s financial planners want to help.
In years past, the Financial Planners Association of Minnesota held a popular one-day event at the Wilder Center in St. Paul. But as with other events, the in-person gathering is off because of the pandemic.
Instead, planners will offer free 30-minute consultations, done by phone or Zoom. The planners are restricted from following up unless consumers request it.
“This year we’re opening up the event to meet people where they’re at,” said Tiffany Walker, a certified financial planner at Captrust in Minneapolis. “Anyone with access to the internet or phone can take part. It’s open to anyone across Minnesota,