Emily Boothroyd

Emily Boothroyd

I am a Financial Planning Specialist with Price Financial Group LLC. I am an attorney licensed to practice in Connecticut and New York, a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ and a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst. I work with clients to realize their dreams through goal setting, creating well rounded financial plans, and implementing successful investment and planning strategies. I've been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Investopedia, Fiscal Times, and Mommy Nearest, and enjoy speaking in the community for organizations like Dress for Success and Workplace. I also combined my love of yoga and meditation and my financial planning expertise to create seminars for women at local yoga studios focusing on awareness and money and how to build a plan to support your dreams in life. I earned my B.A. from St. Andrews Presbyterian College in North Carolina and my Juris Doctor from Quinnipiac University School of Law in Connecticut.

5 Things to Know Before Saying ‘I Do’

5 Things to Know Before Saying ‘I Do’

The sun is shining, the birds are chirping, and the sunset falls later each day. It can only mean one thing: Wedding season is upon us! Planning a wedding is no joke, and there are thousands (millions?) of things to…

Love and Money: A 3-Part Series

Love and Money: A 3-Part Series

If you are starting to go through a divorce, you’re probably experiencing a range of difficult emotions, but you’re also dealing with drastic changes to your financial situation. While the divorce proceedings will eventually end, it…

Do You Deserve to Be Wealthy?

Do You Deserve to Be Wealthy?

I’ve begun to notice an alarming trend in conversations with female friends, colleagues, and clients. It’s a hesitation, even repulsion, that pops up when we talk about money and wealth.

In a time when there are…

Financial Planning

Financial Planning

I’ve been practicing yoga for more than 10 years, and find it valuable for many reasons beyond fitness. For starters, the practice of yoga is analogous to financial planning. Read on for three common yoga concepts that double…

Money Management Jargon Untangled

Money Management Jargon Untangled

"I need to do that thing that rich people do where they turn money into more money." – Liz Lemon, 30 Rock

Watch DailyWorth founder Amanda Steinberg interview Emily Boothroyd, JD, CFP®, CDFA™ of Westport Resources…

Financial Pros and Cons of Marriage

Financial Pros and Cons of Marriage

Whenever I meet with clients or chat with a new acquaintance, at some point their eyes invariably drift to my left ring finger. In fact, I believe that the left ring finger is the new breasts — hello, my eyes…

When to Ignore Financial Advice

When to Ignore Financial Advice

Recently I was asked, “What if you’re overwhelmed by all of the things you have to do? I know I need to save more for retirement, but I should also own my own home instead of renting…

What To Discuss With A Financial Advisor

What To Discuss With A Financial Advisor

“You probably think I’m stupid,” one of my clients said to me.

I paused before I answered. She was in the middle of a divorce and had learned that she was on the hook for more debt than she…