Debbie Marson, CDFA, MBA
 
Certified Divorce Financial Analyst
Financial Advisor
Investment Advisor Representative  with
Investment & Resource Planning,
a Registered Investment Advisor Firm 
Registered Representative, FSC Securities Corporation
 
Debbie Marson believes a good financial planner is part coach, part partner and part advisor. She wants to help her clients take control of their lives by taking control of their money—figuring out what they have, what they need and how to create an Financial Plan that seeks to empower them to accomplish their goals.
 
Of course, creating the plan is just half the battle—clients also need to stick with it to see results. Debbie helps her clients stay motivated through meetings, ongoing education and a willingness to adjust her clients’ plans to meet changing circumstances. 
 
Debbie specializes in Divorce Financial Planning and is a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst working with people going through separation and divorce.   She presents monthly seminars on financial planning for divorce with The Women’s Center in Northern Virginia. Debbie also does Pre-Marital and Marital Financial Planning
 
Debbie has 11 years experience in comprehensive financial planning, including the areas of Budgeting, Investments, Tax Planning, Retirement, College Planning and Life, Disability and Long Term Care Insurance.  Debbie holds registrations and licenses in Securities through FSC Securities Corporation and Insurance in Virginia, Maryland and the District of Columbia.  Debbie conducts many educational seminars and workshops each year. 
 
Prior to becoming a financial advisor, Debbie worked for The Nature Conservancy, a non-profit conservation organization, where she focused on finance, real estate and planned giving. 
 
Debbie graduated with honors with her undergraduate degree from Marymount University and earned her MBA from Virginia Tech. 
 
“My goal is to empower people to take control of their lives by making good financial decisions so they can enjoy life and fulfill their dreams.”