Pleased to be quoted in Cliff Goldstein's article in the Wall Street Journal's MarketWatch.
Some folks seem to think they need a seven-figure portfolio before consulting a financial adviser, but investment is only one facet of your broader financial picture," says Larry McClanahan, a financial planner in the Portland, Oregon area. "You don't have to be 'rich' to benefit from help mapping-out your financial priorities. In fact, Middle America may need help in some of these areas even more so than the wealthy.
You can read the full article here: Financial Advisers Aren't Just for the Rich, May 5, 2014.