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Fit Financial Consulting LLC is a Colorado domiciled registered investment advisor.
“After graduating a year and a half early from the Daniel's School of Business at the University of Denver with my BSBA degree I went to work in the finance field at the age of 20.
I decided one of my goals was to have the ability to retire at the age of 45.
Once I set to work on my budget and savings plan I also decided to build in house and car purchases, expenses for a graduate degree, and several small and one large vacation per year.
By age 27, I had not only met all of my present goals, taking multiple vacations, purchasing my first house, and car, I was also ahead of schedule for my desired retirement at age 45.
My greatest pleasure as a financial consultant and investment advisor is helping others set and achieve their goals the way I have set about achieving mine.
I believe that bringing money and finance to the forefront of people’s minds, and discussing it openly, can lead to a happier, healthier life, much the same way staying physically fit can.”
Fit Financial Consulting, LLC is a Registered Investment Advisor working with individuals and families on financial planning, retirement planning, portfolio, security, and annuity analysis, budgeting, and money management.
Sean Cooper is the President and CCO of Fit Financial Consulting LLC. He attained his MBA with a focus in finance from the University of Colorado and his BSBA with a major in finance from the University of Denver. Sean is a holder of the Chartered Financial Analyst® designation, or CFA®, Certified Financial Planner™ designation, or CFP®, and best selling author of,
"The Truth About Investing: Back to Basics".