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“Keep track of what you’re doing so you can show the value that you’re bringing to the company,” said Rianka Dorsainvil, a certified financial planner and founder of Your Greatest Contribution. “It’s based on fact, not on emotions.”

I recommend that my clients create a family fund with their discretionary cash flow, but only after they have paid money into their retirement accounts, investments and savings accounts that fund their own goals.

Rianka R. Dorsainvil, CFP®

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Advisor Rianka Dorsainvil, 28, advises clients to set aside earnings for the specific purpose of assisting aging loved ones. Ideally, money to fund a family emergency, such as long-term care, is withdrawn from 30% of an adult child’s take-home pay.

"[My grandmother] was the kind of person who took care of everyone else."

Rianka R. Dorsainvil, CFP®

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Like so many other African-American women of her generation, Dorsainvil’s grandmother “was the kind of person who took care of everyone else," says the financial planner and the FPA’s 2015 NexGen President-Elect.

The biggest mistake is leaving money on the table.

Rianka R. Dorsainvil, CFP®

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“The biggest mistake is leaving money on the table,” said Rianka Dorsainvil, a certified financial planner with Financial Services Advisory Rockville, Md.

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Dorsainvil also serves as 2015 President-elect of the Financial Planning Association’s NexGen community, where she focuses on the cultivation of the next generation of financial planners, and was recently recognized by Investment News in their 2015 list of top “40 Under 40” financial services professionals.

My nana worked until she was forced to retire due to illness, and the “golden years” was not a chapter in her book.

Rianka R. Dorsainvil, CFP®

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I was in the fourth grade when I went to live with my nana. My brother and I caught the school bus at the corner of the neighborhood block. Every morning, we would walk past our neighbors, Mr. and Mrs. Smith, who were around the same age as my nana, sitting on their porch in their rocking chairs, gleefully sipping coffee.

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