Friday, April 27, 2018

Pamela J. Sams, CRPC® Financial Adviser

For more than a decade, Pamela has been helping women improve their personal and financial wealth through good financial planning. Pamela’s education and training enable her to help clients successfully navigate through the myriad of personal and financial decisions they face during their lives. She assists them in attaining a higher level of financial security through education, understanding and scenario planning. With this knowledge, she develops a customized approach for each client’s planning needs.

Pamela has become a strong voice for women as the personal finance columnist for Fairfax Woman Magazine, a lifestyle magazine for women in Fairfax County, VA, where she discuss financial topics related to women and their finances.

As an advocate for financial literacy, Pamela conducts financial education seminars with women’s organizations, employees of corporations and small businesses, schools and churches throughout the DC metro area.

She attended the University of Missouri-Columbia for her undergraduate degree and received her Master’s of Business Administration degree in Financial Management from Averett University.

Throughout her financial services career, she has acquired several client service and financial planning awards. She successfully completed the demanding requirements to become a Chartered Retirement Planning Counselor through the College of Financial Planning. Pamela is currently enrolled in the CFP Professional Education Program through the College of Financial Planning to become a Certified Financial Planner.

Pamela is married and lives in Centreville, VA raising their three children. She devotes her free time to her family, her church and enjoys reading and loves to sing.

Pamela J.'s Recent Content

Elder Care

  • Time to Get Wise About Long Term Care

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Money

  • Six Things Women Need to Know About Social Security

    Solving the Love, Money & Marriage Equation: 10 Ways to Handle Money in Your Relationship

    2018 Financial Planning and You: Here’s Your New Year’s “To-Do” List

  • Your Year-End Financial Checklist

    Making Sense of Medicare

    What to Do If You Haven’t Saved for Retirement – Or Haven’t Saved Enough

  • Ready for Retirement? Here's Our NABBW Checklist!

    10 Tips for Achieving Financial Wellness

    The Rise of Gray Divorce Busts Retirement Planning

  • Navigating the IRA Minefield

    The Growing Financial Crisis for Single Boomer Women

    Will I Run Out of Money in Retirement? Or Is the 4% Rule Still Valid?

  • Financial Self Sabotage: Part 2

    Financial Self Sabotage: Part 1

    Americans and Retirement Savings: How to Turn the Tide

  • How to Save & Invest When You Think You Can't

    When Should Parents Stop Helping Grown Kids Financially

    Guide to Managing Someone Elses Finances

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Retirement

  • As Boomers Struggle to Save, Is it Possible to Retire Before Age 70?

    What to Do If You Haven’t Saved for Retirement – Or Haven’t Saved Enough

    Ready for Retirement? Here's Our NABBW Checklist!

  • The Rise of Gray Divorce Busts Retirement Planning

    What You Need to Plan Your New Retirement

    How Much Savings Do You Need to Retire

  • Top Six Things Women Must Know About Social Security

    Life After Work: Healthcare and Retirement

    Life After Work: Creating Retirement Income

  • 5 More Tips for a Successful Retirement

    Top 5 Ways to Prep for Retirement

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