Financial Planning for Literary Professionals

Plotting a book requires thought, dedication and the ability to plan ahead.

The same goes for plotting a financial strategy. Let’s outline your plan together.

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Create with Confidence

Whether you’re an author, a publisher or an agent, a new book release leads to new income, and with it, a list of questions.

At Mitlin Financial, our goal is to transform your creative successes onto solid financial footing. We’ll sit with you to design a customized financial plan. We’ll coordinate with our trusted team of legal and accounting professionals to address your needs. And we’ll guide you down your path toward your financial goals. 

Let us help you write your happily ever after.

How should I put these new assets to work for me?
How do I handle the tax bills when they arrive?
Should I form an entity?

Listen in as Larry Sprung chats with some of those entrenched in the published space.

Check out Episode 10 of the Mitlin Money Mindset™ to hear from Austen Rachlis how the self-publishing space has been able to empower women.
Listen to Episode 29 of the Mitlin Money Mindset™ to hear why Nina Grinstead credits the “Fifty Shades” series and author EL James with her career.
What did it take for Sawyer Bennett to become a best-selling author? Sawyer shares her journey and her writing approach on episode 65 of the Mitlin Money Mindset ™
Join us for Episode 42 of the Mitlin Money Mindset™ to hear from bestselling author Jennifer Probst about how “overnight success” requires a lot of behind-the-scenes work.