Jennipher Lommen, CFP® Wildflower Financial

About Jennipher Lommen, CFP®

As a Certified Financial Planner (TM), I take time to listen deeply to my clients as they express their concerns, hopes and values. I work collaboratively with my clients to develop a plan that fits their unique goals. My aim is to always provide the highest quality financial planning, investment advice and tax preparation services to each client who chooses to engage with me on the financial planning journey.

I earned a Bachelor’s of Arts in Women’s Studies from the University of California, Santa Cruz in 1993. This interdisciplinary and research intensive major has served me well as a financial planner. 1993 is also the year I had the first of my three amazing children. Motherhood blessed me with the opportunity to witness and help shape the unfolding of three very unique individuals. As my children became more independent, I turned my focus to formal training in the field of financial planning.

I currently live and work on the edge of a redwood forest with a lively household of husband, kids, pets, wildlife and an untamable garden.

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Finding spaciousness in a gap year

January 25, 2020

Our youngest is in the midst of a gap year before heading to college. I will admit that I was a bit nervous at first. It is hard to resist the urge to press on, keep the ball rolling, avoid idleness at all costs. But all that pressure can sometimes backfire and then it becomes so very obvious that taking a breath, taking a step back, finding some time to really contemplate the next move is what is called for.

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Going back to ballet

September 7, 2019

Dancing as a ballerina for so many years I was deeply passionate about the art and practice. Somehow, that passion transferred into how I approached learning in school, parenting, marriage and my career as a financial planner and business owner.

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5 Mistakes to Avoid When You Get Shares of Company Stock

June 24, 2019

Equity compensation comes in multiple forms, each with its own rules, tax implications and strategies for maximizing the upsides and minimizing the downsides. Whether you work for a pre IPO startup or an established public company, a grant of stock compensation requires some careful planning and attention to detail.

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Ideal Clients

  • Financial Coaching
  • Gen X
  • Offers Free Assistance to Furloughed Government Workers
  • Women's Finance

Ways Advisor Charges

  • Monthly Fee
  • Quarterly Fee
  • Flat Fee

Fee Options

  • Monthly Fee: $50+
  • Plan Fee: $400+
  • Hourly Fee: $200/hr

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States Registered

  • California

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