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Laird W. Green cfp®

Laird is a health nut – in a smart way. Healthy diet. Healthy activities. And a total dedication to healthy financial futures.

To confirm the first part: Laird makes her own granola (from scratch). Her helper? Her four-year-old. They take that granola along on mountain hikes. (And yes, her husband has learned to “survive” eating very few processed foods.)

To confirm the second part: “Many years ago, my brother and I had to make some unexpected but critical financial decisions. We turned to a long-time family friend – a financial planner – to guide us. It was such a positive, confidence-building, stress-relieving experience that I decided to make it my career.”

She may have studied history in college, but Laird’s focus now faces forward – on the financial strength and endurance of her clients.

Published Articles

Family charitable giving conversations
MidlandsBiz 

The Ultimate Gift: A Road Map for Funeral Wishes
MidlandsBiz 

Videos
  • Tips for Tax Time
  • Financial Safety Online
  • Choosing your Health Care Power of Attorney and Durable Power of Attorney
  • Laird Recommends


    The Opposite of Spoiled: Raising Kids Who Are Grounded, Generous, and Smart About Money
    Ron Lieber


    Social Security: The Inside Story
    Andy Landis



    Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity
    David Allen


    In Defense of Food: An Eater's Manifesto
    Michael Pollan

    Laird is a health nut – in a smart way. Healthy diet. Healthy activities. And a total dedication to healthy financial futures.

    To confirm the first part: Laird makes her own granola (from scratch). Her helper? Her four-year-old. They take that granola along on mountain hikes. (And yes, her husband has learned to “survive” eating very few processed foods.)

    To confirm the second part: “Many years ago, my brother and I had to make some unexpected but critical financial decisions. We turned to a long-time family friend – a financial planner – to guide us. It was such a positive, confidence-building, stress-relieving experience that I decided to make it my career.”

    She may have studied history in college, but Laird’s focus now faces forward – on the financial strength and endurance of her clients.

    Published Articles

    Family charitable giving conversations
    MidlandsBiz 

    The Ultimate Gift: A Road Map for Funeral Wishes
    MidlandsBiz 

    Videos
  • Tips for Tax Time
  • Financial Safety Online
  • Choosing your Health Care Power of Attorney and Durable Power of Attorney
  • Laird Recommends


    The Opposite of Spoiled: Raising Kids Who Are Grounded, Generous, and Smart About Money
    Ron Lieber


    Social Security: The Inside Story
    Andy Landis



    Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity
    David Allen


    In Defense of Food: An Eater's Manifesto
    Michael Pollan

    Laird is a health nut – in a smart way. Healthy diet. Healthy activities. And a total dedication to healthy financial futures.

    To confirm the first part: Laird makes her own granola (from scratch). Her helper? Her four-year-old. They take that granola along on mountain hikes. (And yes, her husband has learned to “survive” eating very few processed foods.)

    To confirm the second part: “Many years ago, my brother and I had to make some unexpected but critical financial decisions. We turned to a long-time family friend – a financial planner – to guide us. It was such a positive, confidence-building, stress-relieving experience that I decided to make it my career.”

    She may have studied history in college, but Laird’s focus now faces forward – on the financial strength and endurance of her clients.

    Published Articles

    Family charitable giving conversations
    MidlandsBiz 

    The Ultimate Gift: A Road Map for Funeral Wishes
    MidlandsBiz 

    Videos
  • Tips for Tax Time
  • Financial Safety Online
  • Choosing your Health Care Power of Attorney and Durable Power of Attorney
  • Laird Recommends


    The Opposite of Spoiled: Raising Kids Who Are Grounded, Generous, and Smart About Money
    Ron Lieber


    Social Security: The Inside Story
    Andy Landis



    Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity
    David Allen


    In Defense of Food: An Eater's Manifesto
    Michael Pollan