Strategies to Reduce Fertility Costs

On this episode of the Adoption and Fertility Finance Show, Laura Coleman talks with certified financial planner Pam Horack from Your Financial Mom about the funding and financial process for IUI and IVF treatments. Pam shares her personal experience and how she used employee benefits to make fertility treatments more affordable for her family. Finally, she shares some strategies for planning that could reduce the cost of your fertility treatments.  

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Links from this podcast: 

Your Financial Mom’s Facebook page

Pathfinder Planning LLC– Pam’s website

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