I enjoy helping individuals manage everyday personal financial challenges. I have a natural talent for financial organization and management, and pride myself on my integrity and work ethic.
Money Care, LLC rose in the early 2000s when I became the “personal bookkeeper” for a senior with dementia. I cleaned-up the financial chaos, kept track of the elder’s income and paid her bills.
I loved positively impacting a vulnerable individual. I wanted to do more.
In 2005 I stepped down as director of the Chittenden County United Way community campaign to start Money Care. I help clients:
In addition to bill paying and general personal bookkeeping, I have:
In 2009 I certified as a Professional Daily Money Manager® with the American Association of Daily Money Managers, becoming the first professional in Vermont to receive this certification.
In addition to my blog, my writing about financial well-being has appeared in the Vermont publications Prime Time Magazine, CVAA Voice and My Finance Magazine.
I belong to the American Association of Daily Money Managers, where I currently serve on the Board of Directors, and the Vermont Elder Resource Group. I am the past treasurer of both my church and the Women Business Owners Network. I hold a master's degree from the State University of New York at Albany.
Please contact me if you need assistance with daily money management.
Contact Money Care: 802-343-0389, firstname.lastname@example.org.
“I have worked with Robyn for a number of years and I have always been impressed by her conscientiousness and her attention to detail. But what really sets Robyn apart is her intelligence and resourcefulness in financial matters. She is always thinking three or four steps ahead, which helps eliminate unpleasant surprises.”