Put your money where it matters

It seems as though energy and the environment are hot topics right now. From the U.S. gas shortage to how much energy it takes to mine cryptocurrencies, you’ve probably noticed that the impact of collective actions on our environment are under more scrutiny than ever before.

One way to feel more in control of the issue as it pertains to your finances is through being mindful about your choices, the goals you set, and where assets are allocated. Something to consider, if you haven’t already, is sustainable investing and ESG.

What is ESG?
ESG strategies consider 3 key issues in financial planning:

  • Environmental (climate & energy matters)

  • Social (people & relationships)

  • Governance (standards for running a company)

It can be as complex as an in-depth analysis of a global corporation’s operations or as simple as designating a charity in your estate plan, and more information is available to you than ever before. Now is a great time for us to talk about what’s important to you today.

To discover how your financial plan can make a significant economic or social impact, simply hit reply and we can get ed. Also, here are some relevant articles I thought you’d enjoy. Feel free to read and share, and let me know what you think.

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