Business Advisor and Retirement Coach

Lynn Northrup is a CPA, financial executive, and consultant with the experience and resource base to coach people and organizations to achieve their goals and manage the future. I know what it takes to manage, grow, and start businesses, plan for retirement, and provide elder care.

My vision is to advise businesses and individuals through sharing of my experiences and knowledge to help them meet their challenges. This includes helping CPAs to provide business advisory services using cloud technology in addition to the creation of training programs and developing a knowledge base required to effectively guide and advise clients. This will be a process as we transition people to cloud technology and move beyond offering just accounting and tax services to providing business advisory support, sharing knowledge and solving problems.

A virtual coaching platform combined with writing books, booklets, and articles allows me to help more people rather than providing advice to a few clients. An example is the information provided on when to file for Social Security.

I'm living the New Retirement​ which motivated me to write Navigating Retirement and the Challenges of Aging. The book is available on Amazon. If you would like to learn more about it you can download the first chapter for free at this link: NR_Promotion_Chapter 1.pdf.

My books, booklets, and articles are focused on helping boomers and businesses. The eldercare service model can benefit both CPAs as well as older adults.

 A number of my programs are published by Checkpoint Learning (Thompson Reuters). These programs offer information on a wide range of business and accounting topics including the 21st Century CFO. I'm also in the process of developing e-training modules to create the Virtual Business Advisor and the Virtual Retirement Coach. Take a look at our programs to help boomer businesses get started, grow, and build value.

Please feel free to contact me.


 

Blog

The Self-Employment Option
When you can’t find a job, self-employment becomes an option. The big question is what kind of a business should you start? There are lots of choices so you need to really do your homework. One of the big factors is to find something that you truly have a passion for rather than chasing money. […]
Starting a New Business
Where do you start the process of figuring out how to start a new business? The best place to start is with you.

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