Seth’s Mom Podcast with Ryan Stark, Maryland Financial Advocates

A few weeks ago, Dr. Monique Day (Doc Day) had a wonderful conversation with Ryan Stark from Maryland Financial Advocates (MFA). It was her first podcast with Ryan discussing what our Seth’s Mom family is all about and why we do what we do. If you don’t know, MFA is a Maryland based financial planning organization that provides a wide range of products. They range from general investing to special needs financial planning. The founder, Colin Meeks, is a member of the Academy of Special Needs Planners, a national organization of attorneys and financial planners serving the special needs community.

Enjoy the listen!


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