Free Financial Planning Sessions for Sex Workers

January 24, 2023 | By Jessica Goedtel, CFP®

I’m excited to announce the launch of my new pro-bono financial planning program for sex workers! I’m offering free one-hour planning sessions to sex workers looking for financial help. Your girl loves a good FAQ, so without further ado:

Who can use this program? If you are a US-based sex worker and have money questions, you can sign up!

What can I talk with you about? Most things money-related. A few caveats: we only have an hour, so please keep it to one or two topics. I may not be able to answer every question due to time and information constraints. When you sign up, there will be a section for your questions on the sign-up form. If a question is outside of the scope I can provide, I’ll let you know.

Are there any income requirements? No. I do ask if you are financially secure enough to do so, please make a donation to the lovely people at Pineapple Support.

What is the process? I’ll have two sessions available each month. You can sign up for the waitlist here at this link. When you are next on the list, I will send you my calendar to schedule a Zoom call. I’ll also send along my pro-bono financial planning agreement for both of us to sign.

Can I sign up for more than one session? Currently, I can only offer each person one session.

Why are you offering this program? I started my own firm to help sex workers who may not feel comfortable talking to a traditional financial planner. This program is an extension of that idea – helping those who can’t afford a planner or those who are curious about the process.

Is there a catch? Nope! No product or sales pitches, just help if you need it.

Join the waitlist!

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