Quentara Costa, CFP®, MSFP POWWOW, LLC
- 45 Windkist Farm Rd, North Andover, MA 01845
- (978) 685-7526
About Quentara Costa, CFP®
For years Quentara was the unexpected primary caregiver for her father who was diagnosed with Alzheimers. During his transition she continued to work, buy a house, get married, and start a family. She founded Powwow with the intent of helping other families prioritize their goals that are often neglected due to the in-the-moment demands of kids and aging parents. Powwow is fee-for-service, meaning a family’s net worth, relationships, goals, and concerns are discussed and illustrated without the need to invest assets or purchase product. If you have questions related to every day goals, elder care transition, and kids you’ve come to the right place.
Quentara has been featured in numerous publications, including NerdWallet, CBS MoneyWatch, and Financial Planning Magazine. She has also been invited to present on financial planning and elder care topics throughout Massachusetts. Follow her on social media and reach out to schedule a free consultation.
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