We empower Millennial couples with the
financial clarity to

YOU'RE SO CLOSE TO CONFIDENT,
LIFE-CHANGING DECISIONS

YOU'RE ONLY MISSING A FINANCIAL PLAN THAT CLARIFIES THE TRADEOFFS

They'd love to own a home that they can stay in for the long term. But they're stressed about their high student loan balance. What should they do?

ALICIA & TIM

Ideally, her partner will work part-time to save on childcare costs. But they're concerned that they won't have enough household income. What should they do?

GABY (+ BABY!)

They want to start spending summers living near extended family. But they're worried they're not investing enough of their savings. What should they do?

MARIA, ALEX, & JESS

They'd be thrilled to pay for college for their daughter. But they're anxious about having enough savings for their own retirement. What should they do?

SARAH & WILL

WELCOME TO FINANCIAL PLANNING FOR MILLENNIAL COUPLES LIKE YOU.

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They'd love to own a home that they can stay in for the long term. But they're stressed about their high student loan balance. What should they do?

They want to start spending summers living near extended family. But they're worried they're not investing enough of their savings. What should they do?

They'd be thrilled to pay for college for their daughter. But they're anxious about having enough savings for their own retirement. What should they do?

Ideally, her partner will work part-time to save on childcare costs. But they're concerned that they won't have enough household income. What should they do?

PROBLEM

YOU SHOULDN'T HAVE TO
NAVIGATE THESE YEARS ALONE

OUR COMPLEX FINANCIAL SYSTEM CHALLENGES US IN WAYS SEEN & UNSEEN

FUTURE DOLLARS
AT STAKE
STRESS, DOUBT,
& FEAR
PROCRASTINATE
OR DISENGAGE
YOU DON'T HAVE TO ACCEPT YOUR STATUS QUO.
CHOOSE FINANCIAL CLARITY.
STATUS

WHAT'S KEEPING YOU FROM
FINANCIAL CONFIDENCE?

MILLENNIAL FINANCES IN 2021

STUDENT LOAN WORRIES
HOUSING FRUSTRATION

529 PLAN CONFUSION
CHILDCARE COST ANXIETY

BUDGETING STRESS
RELATIONSHIP TENSION

TAX RETURN UNCERTAINTY
RETIREMENT DOUBT

INVESTING INTIMIDATION
SAVINGS CONCERNS

You're not to blame here. You just need a guide to help you create a clear financial strategy.

STUDENT LOAN WORRIES
HOUSING FRUSTRATION

INVESTING INTIMIDATION
529 PLAN CONFUSION

BUDGETING STRESS
CHILDCARE COST ANXIETY

TAX RETURN UNCERTAINTY
RETIREMENT DOUBT

SOLUTION

YOU'RE WORTH A
CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER®

ENOUGH TIKTOK -- YOU SHOULD HAVE A PRO WHO GETS YOUR HESITATIONS

MEET ONE OF THE "BEST FINANCIAL ADVISORS FOR MILLENNIALS" IN THE U.S.

MEET YOUR PERSONAL GUIDE:
KEVIN MAHONEY, CFP®


MILLENNIAL FATHER, HUSBAND, & FINANCIAL ADVISOR IN WASHINGTON, D.C.


Kevin Mahoney, CFP®, is the founder & CEO of Illumint, a Washington, D.C-based company that offers online financial planning for Millennial couples. A fee-only financial advisor and fiduciary, he specializes in the Millennial finance issues that arise during our late 20s and 30s as we try to repay student loans, buy a house, learn to invest, and save for college. Business Insider called Kevin one of the "best financial advisors for Millennials" in the U.S., and Financial Advisor Magazine named him one of 10 "young advisors to watch." Kevin, who also writes regularly for Forbes, holds an undergraduate business degree from Georgetown University and an MBA in finance from Georgia Tech.

They'd love to own a home that they can stay in for the long term. But they're stressed about their high student loan balance. What should they do?

They want to start spending summers living near extended family. But they're worried they're not investing enough of their savings. What should they do?

They'd be thrilled to pay for college for their daughter. But they're anxious about having enough savings for their own retirement. What should they do?

Ideally, her partner will work part-time to save on childcare costs. But they're concerned that they won't have enough household income. What should they do?

GUIDE

You may currently wonder how you can afford to buy a house while still making student loan payments. Perhaps you're stressed about how to fit child care and college savings into your budget. Or you may just have extra cash in your savings account that you think you should invest. When my wife and I got married and later prepared to have our first child, many of our conversations revolved around these same personal finance questions.

With a background in finance, I had a head start on some of these common Millennial money questions. But even so, we still put a lot of effort into researching our options and agreeing on a plan. We both knew that our lives were about to get more hectic, and we were concerned that these financial tasks would cut into the limited time we had for date nights and playgrounds.

I often thought, if I have these feelings – even with an MBA in finance – how much more stressed must other people my age be? I realized that I had the ability to offer our generation an uncommon alternative: a financial planning company, specifically designed for us, by a peer and Certified Financial Planner. Welcome to Illumint.

SEEN IN

They'd love to own a home that they can stay in for the long term. But they're stressed about their high student loan balance. What should they do?

They want to start spending summers living near extended family. But they're worried they're not investing enough of their savings. What should they do?

They'd be thrilled to pay for college for their daughter. But they're anxious about having enough savings for their own retirement. What should they do?

Ideally, her partner will work part-time to save on childcare costs. But they're concerned that they won't have enough household income. What should they do?

STEPS

YOUR QUICK PATH TO CLARITY

ILLUMINT'S AWARD-WINNING MILLENNIAL MONEY CONFIDENCETM PROCESS

#1: APPLY
TO JOIN
We won't suggest you work with us if we're not the best fit for your questions & life circumstances, which begins with our easy 2-minute application
#2: SHARE
YOUR "WHY"
We're going to provide you with a highly personalized service, which begins with us listening to your fears, stresses, interests, & questions
#3: REVIEW OUR SERVICE IDEAS
Based on your specific needs, well provide you with a few different financial planning options -- including fixed, flat pricing in writing -- that we think may work for you
#4: MEET WITH KEVIN
Throughout your financial planning process, you will only work with Kevin -- the founder of the company, a Certified Financial Planner, and a Millennial like you
#5: FINALIZE
PLAN DETAILS
Your finances inevitably change as your life evolves, so your plan will include tangible actions that you also can adjust as needed in the months & years ahead
#6: TAKE ACTION & EXHALE!
Your initial financial plan process doesn't need to drag out over an entire year. You'll be amazed at how much you can accomplish -- and how much better you feel -- in just a few months
STAKES

WHAT DO YOU HAVE TO LOSE?

WITHOUT A PLAN, YOU'RE VULNERABLE TO MISTAKES & MISSED OPPORTUNITIES

• WEALTH •

YOUR ACTUAL
MONEY

  • LESS INVESTMENT GROWTH
  • MISSED TAX SAVINGS
  • LONGER HOME TIMELINE

You work too hard for your money not to have a professional make it work more effectively for you
• MENTAL HEALTH •

YOUR PEACE
OF MIND

  • RETIREMENT UNCERTAINTY
  • STUDENT LOAN STRESS
  • COLLEGE SAVINGS ANXIETY

You should have the option to focus your energy and attention on the parts of life that you enjoy

• HAPPINESS •

YOUR QUALITY
OF LIFE

  • STUCK WITH STATUS QUO
  • LOW-VALUE SPENDING
  • ONGOING FOMO

You don't want to regret not making the most of your time, health, talents, and chance to create memories with family & friends

SOLUTION

A CLEAR FINANCIAL PLAN
WILL MAKE YOUR LIFE BETTER

YOU'RE GOING TO FEEL CALM, CONFIDENT, & RE-ENERGIZED

MEET ONE OF THE "BEST FINANCIAL ADVISORS FOR MILLENNIALS" IN THE U.S.
SUCCESS

FROM STATUS QUO TO THRIVING

THIS IS WHERE A MILLENNIAL CFP® CAN TAKE YOU

RECENT CASE STUDIES

Sarah, 31, & Rebecca, 29, are well-educated Millennials living in a big city. But she has hesitated to dip into her savings and fears that she won't be putting away enough for retirement.

''WE'RE LIVING ABROAD NEXT SUMMER''

Michelle, 33, & Ben, 34, are a dual-income couple with a five-year-old son, Brody. They enjoy their careers at two different private law firms, but they work long hours. In the next 18 months, they both want to transition to less demanding legal work. But they're concerned about giving up their firm salaries.

''WE'RE SPENDING MORE TIME WITH OUR KIDS''

STUDENT LOAN DEBT
PURCHASING A HOUSE

INVESTING SAVINGS
529 PLANS

BUDGETING
MERGING ACCOUNTS

TAX STRATEGIES
RETIREMENT CATCH-UP

CONNECT

THE CLIENT WAITLIST REOPENS IN EARLY SEPTEMBER 2021!
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